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Environment Show
Environment Show
3/18/1990
 
Description 1.) Host Bruce Robertson discusses New York State's plan to follow the emission standards of California. He talks with Thomas Jorling, commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, who is a strong proponent of this plan. Robertson also talks with Michael Shore, manager of emission control at Ford, who does not agree with the plan. 2.) Robertson then talks with Chris Ballantine, director of the northeast regional Sierra Club, about arguing for environmental issues in the House of Representatives and the Senate. 3.) Robertson briefly mentions the new environmental coalition formed by Massachusetts and Nova Scotia. 4.) Sir Crispin Tickell, Great Britain's U.N. representative, discusses the impact humans have had and will continue to have on the environment. 5.) Robertson talks with journalist Fred Bever about his recent trip to Czechoslovakia. Bever wanted to see the affect the recent revolution had on environmental issues.
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