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Browse All : 1)Thomas Lalley reports from Annapolis, Maryland on the anti-sprawl bill passed by the state�s legislature. 2) Peter Berle talks with Tim Wurman, Vice President of American Farmland Trust, and Deborah Bowers, author of �Holding Our Ground: Protecting America�s Farms and Farmland,� about the loss of farmland throughout the country. 3) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about conserving gas, the BioBio River dams, and shad fishing in the Hudson. 4)Bill McKibben reads from his introduction to the 1997 re-release of �Walden� by Henry David Thoreau. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle visits vernal pools in Massachusetts. 6)Peter Berle talks with Carl Safina, head of the National Audubon Society�s Living Oceans program, about tagging tuna fish with tracking devices to log their movement and population trends. 7) Peter Berle moderates a debate between Nina Young, scientist at the Center for Marine Conservation, and Sam LaBudde from the Marine Mammal Fund, about changing the legal definition of dolphin-safe tuna. 8)Peter Berle talks with Dr. Jim Lee, Director of the Trade & Environment Database Project, about the impact and cost of trade restrictions. 9)Thomas Lalley talks with John Barry about his book, �Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How It Changed America.� 10) Recording of the Grateful Dead�s rendition of Johnny Cash�s song, �Big River.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
5/3/1997
 
Description 1)Thomas Lalley reports from Annapolis, Maryland on the anti-sprawl bill passed by the state�s legislature. 2) Peter Berle talks with Tim Wurman, Vice President of American Farmland Trust, and Deborah Bowers, author of �Holding Our Ground: Protecting America�s Farms and Farmland,� about the loss of farmland throughout the country. 3) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about conserving gas, the BioBio River dams, and shad fishing in the Hudson. 4)Bill McKibben reads from his introduction to the 1997 re-release of �Walden� by Henry David Thoreau. 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle visits vernal pools in Massachusetts. 6)Peter Berle talks with Carl Safina, head of the National Audubon Society�s Living Oceans program, about tagging tuna fish with tracking devices to log their movement and population trends. 7) Peter Berle moderates a debate between Nina Young, scientist at the Center for Marine Conservation, and Sam LaBudde from the Marine Mammal Fund, about changing the legal definition of dolphin-safe tuna. 8)Peter Berle talks with Dr. Jim Lee, Director of the Trade & Environment Database Project, about the impact and cost of trade restrictions. 9)Thomas Lalley talks with John Barry about his book, �Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How It Changed America.� 10) Recording of the Grateful Dead�s rendition of Johnny Cash�s song, �Big River.�
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