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Browse All : 1)Thomas Lalley visits the Ironbound section of Newark, NJ to talk with Tiwana Steward-Griffin, Head of Ironbound Committee Against Toxic Waste, and June Kruszewski, resident and founding member of Ironbound Committee Against Toxic Waste, about their efforts to prevent Bio Gro (subsidiary of WMX) from building a sludge processing plant in neighborhood. 2) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about overpopulation and ecotourism. 3) Thomas Lalley talks with Goldman Award winner, Juan Pablo Orrego, about his efforts to prevent the construction of another hydroelectric dam on the Biobio River in Chile. 4) Author Gregory McNamee reads a passage from his book, �A Desert Bestiary: Folklore, Literature, and Ecological Thought from the World�s Dry Places.� 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bob Gabrielson, President of the NYS Commercial Fisherman�s Association, about Shad fishing in the Hudson River. 6) Report about toxic pollutants in the Arctic. 7)Peter Berle talks with Mark Evans, Chief of Operations and Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Craig Williams from the Chemical Weapons Working Group, and Mary Hoinkes, General Counsel of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, about the Chemical Weapons Convention and destruction of chemical weapons. 8) Folk musician Robert Hoyt sings, �It�s Quittin� Time on the High Tech Plantation,� from his album, �Dumpster Diving Across America.�

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Environment Show
Environment Show
4/19/1997
 
Description 1)Thomas Lalley visits the Ironbound section of Newark, NJ to talk with Tiwana Steward-Griffin, Head of Ironbound Committee Against Toxic Waste, and June Kruszewski, resident and founding member of Ironbound Committee Against Toxic Waste, about their efforts to prevent Bio Gro (subsidiary of WMX) from building a sludge processing plant in neighborhood. 2) Stephanie Goitchman plays listeners� comments about overpopulation and ecotourism. 3) Thomas Lalley talks with Goldman Award winner, Juan Pablo Orrego, about his efforts to prevent the construction of another hydroelectric dam on the Biobio River in Chile. 4) Author Gregory McNamee reads a passage from his book, �A Desert Bestiary: Folklore, Literature, and Ecological Thought from the World�s Dry Places.� 5) In The Earth Calendar segment, Peter Berle talks with Bob Gabrielson, President of the NYS Commercial Fisherman�s Association, about Shad fishing in the Hudson River. 6) Report about toxic pollutants in the Arctic. 7)Peter Berle talks with Mark Evans, Chief of Operations and Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Craig Williams from the Chemical Weapons Working Group, and Mary Hoinkes, General Counsel of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, about the Chemical Weapons Convention and destruction of chemical weapons. 8) Folk musician Robert Hoyt sings, �It�s Quittin� Time on the High Tech Plantation,� from his album, �Dumpster Diving Across America.�
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