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Browse All : 1)Thomas Lalley reports from Washington, D.C. about the debris, garbage, and raw sewage pollution in the Anacostia River. 2) Peter Berle talks with Charlie Barch, a senior policy analyst specializing in development at the Northeast Midwest Institute, and Juanita Joyner, Director of Community Development at Isles, about cleaning and re-developing Brownfield sites. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Dan Gleason, biology professor at the University of Oregon, about migration patterns of swifts. 4) Report about proposed federal budget cuts for endangered species and wilderness areas. 5) Peter Berle moderates a debate between Rick Daniels, President of the Mine Reclamation Corporation, and Brian Hughes, Pacific Regional Director for the National Parks and Conservation Association, about the location of the proposed Eagle Mountain Landfill site near Joshua Tree National Park in California. 6) Peter Berle talks with 1997 Goldman Prize winner Terry Swearingen. 7) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson reports on the Close-line Plan to educate the public about the dangers of nuclear power. 8) Author Lee Hoinacki reads from his book, �El Camino: Walking to Santiago De Compostela.� 9) Musical performance, �River� from the Rankin Family�s CD, �Endless Seasons.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
5/10/1997
 
Description 1)Thomas Lalley reports from Washington, D.C. about the debris, garbage, and raw sewage pollution in the Anacostia River. 2) Peter Berle talks with Charlie Barch, a senior policy analyst specializing in development at the Northeast Midwest Institute, and Juanita Joyner, Director of Community Development at Isles, about cleaning and re-developing Brownfield sites. 3) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Dan Gleason, biology professor at the University of Oregon, about migration patterns of swifts. 4) Report about proposed federal budget cuts for endangered species and wilderness areas. 5) Peter Berle moderates a debate between Rick Daniels, President of the Mine Reclamation Corporation, and Brian Hughes, Pacific Regional Director for the National Parks and Conservation Association, about the location of the proposed Eagle Mountain Landfill site near Joshua Tree National Park in California. 6) Peter Berle talks with 1997 Goldman Prize winner Terry Swearingen. 7) In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson reports on the Close-line Plan to educate the public about the dangers of nuclear power. 8) Author Lee Hoinacki reads from his book, �El Camino: Walking to Santiago De Compostela.� 9) Musical performance, �River� from the Rankin Family�s CD, �Endless Seasons.�
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