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Browse All : 1) Thomas Lalley talks with Don Kaplan from FXFowle Architects about designing the new Conde Nast building as an environmentally friendly skyscraper. 2) Peter Berle talks with Bill Becker, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy�s Center of Excellence for Sustainable Development about establishing a fleet of mobile solar panels to be deployed after a natural disaster. 3) Thomas Lalley talks with Anne Marie Borbely, an energy industry analyst with Frost & Sullivan, about distributed generation. 4) Michael Ray Taylor reads an excerpt from his book, �Cave Passages: Roaming the Underground Wilderness.� 5) In the continuing series on the Great American Harvest, Peter Berle talks with Craig Moss about harvesting wheat in Nebraska. 6) Peter Berle talks with Dr. John Ehrenfeld, Director of the Technology, Business, and Environment program at MIT, about corporate culture and environmental management systems. 7) Peter Berle consults with experts Dr. Marion Moses from the Pesticides Education Center in San Fransisco and author of �Designer Poisons: How to Protect Your Health and Home from Toxic Pesticides,� Bob Rosenberg, Director of Government Affairs from the National Pest Management Association, and Susan Whitney, entomologist and Pest Education Coordinator at the University of Delaware, to answer listeners� questions about pest control and toxic pesticides. 8) Recording of the Zucchini Brothers performing their song �Bad Pollution� from the CD �In Your Garden.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
8/2/1997
 
Description 1) Thomas Lalley talks with Don Kaplan from FXFowle Architects about designing the new Conde Nast building as an environmentally friendly skyscraper. 2) Peter Berle talks with Bill Becker, Director of the U.S. Department of Energy�s Center of Excellence for Sustainable Development about establishing a fleet of mobile solar panels to be deployed after a natural disaster. 3) Thomas Lalley talks with Anne Marie Borbely, an energy industry analyst with Frost & Sullivan, about distributed generation. 4) Michael Ray Taylor reads an excerpt from his book, �Cave Passages: Roaming the Underground Wilderness.� 5) In the continuing series on the Great American Harvest, Peter Berle talks with Craig Moss about harvesting wheat in Nebraska. 6) Peter Berle talks with Dr. John Ehrenfeld, Director of the Technology, Business, and Environment program at MIT, about corporate culture and environmental management systems. 7) Peter Berle consults with experts Dr. Marion Moses from the Pesticides Education Center in San Fransisco and author of �Designer Poisons: How to Protect Your Health and Home from Toxic Pesticides,� Bob Rosenberg, Director of Government Affairs from the National Pest Management Association, and Susan Whitney, entomologist and Pest Education Coordinator at the University of Delaware, to answer listeners� questions about pest control and toxic pesticides. 8) Recording of the Zucchini Brothers performing their song �Bad Pollution� from the CD �In Your Garden.�
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