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Browse All : 1)Thomas Lalley talks with Andre Mele, author of �Polluting for Pleasure,� Tony Esposito from Mercury Marine, and Bob Young from Honda Marine about new EPA regulations for 2-stroke outboard motors. 2)Peter Berle consults with experts Nancy Zierenberg, Executive Director of the Wildlife Damage Review, and Peter Orwick, Executive Director of the American Sheep Industry Association, about the U.S. Department of Agriculture�s Animal Damage Control Program. 3)In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle describes the process of harvesting hay. 4)Peter Berle talks with Mark Spalding, guest lecturer for the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California in San Diego , Chris McGinn, Deputy Director of Global Trade Watch, Dan Seligman from the Sierra Club, and John D. Wirth, professor of history at Stanford University and director of the North American Institute, about NAFTA�s environmental side agreement. 5)Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about indoor air pollution and the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA). 6)Lee Talbot, a professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at George Masson University, talks about his efforts to protect natural resources in Bhutan. 7)In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Ora Lee Carroll from the East Liberty Concerned Citizens Corporation about her organization�s efforts to replace littered vacant lots with flower and vegetable gardens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 8)Recording of Kim and Reggie Harris� rendition of �Wade in the Water� from their CD, �In the Heat of the Summer.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
7/12/1997
 
Description 1)Thomas Lalley talks with Andre Mele, author of �Polluting for Pleasure,� Tony Esposito from Mercury Marine, and Bob Young from Honda Marine about new EPA regulations for 2-stroke outboard motors. 2)Peter Berle consults with experts Nancy Zierenberg, Executive Director of the Wildlife Damage Review, and Peter Orwick, Executive Director of the American Sheep Industry Association, about the U.S. Department of Agriculture�s Animal Damage Control Program. 3)In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle describes the process of harvesting hay. 4)Peter Berle talks with Mark Spalding, guest lecturer for the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California in San Diego , Chris McGinn, Deputy Director of Global Trade Watch, Dan Seligman from the Sierra Club, and John D. Wirth, professor of history at Stanford University and director of the North American Institute, about NAFTA�s environmental side agreement. 5)Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about indoor air pollution and the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA). 6)Lee Talbot, a professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at George Masson University, talks about his efforts to protect natural resources in Bhutan. 7)In the Ear to the Ground segment, Linda Anderson talks with Ora Lee Carroll from the East Liberty Concerned Citizens Corporation about her organization�s efforts to replace littered vacant lots with flower and vegetable gardens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 8)Recording of Kim and Reggie Harris� rendition of �Wade in the Water� from their CD, �In the Heat of the Summer.�
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