1) Mark Brodie discusses the construction of a nuclear waste incinerator in Wyoming with Berte Hirschfield of Keep Yellowstone Nuclear Free and Berverly Cook with the Office of Nuclear Energy, Science & Technology. 2) Peter Berle and Lester Brown, President of the Worldwatch Institute discuss the State of the World Report. 3) Peter Berle gives a tongue in cheek tip for buying a car. 4) Peter Berle discusses the reproduction behavior of the hellbender salamander with Brant Fisher of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. 5) Peter Berle discusses global trade and the environment with John Wirth, Professor of Latin American Studies, Brewster Denny, Professor of Public Affairs and Michael Robbins of Audubon Magazine. 6) Caitlyn Kim discusses environmental concerns computer chip manufacturing plants.
1) Peter Berle discusses the reduction of gas emissions. 2) Steven Westcott discusses the most significant land preservation actions of the past century with Michael Francis of the National Forest Program. 3) Author Jerry Dennis reads from his book, The River Home: An Angler's Explorations. 4) Peter Berle discusses lunar eclipses with astronomer Bob Berman. 5) Peter Berle discusses major environmental issues of the 21st century with Idaho State Senator, Marylou Reed, Jon Plaut of Allied Signal and Langdon Marsh of the Environmental Law Institute. 6) Peter Berle gives his green tip on identifying pollutants and polluters in local communities. 7) Steven Westcott discusses the Asian Tiger population with Joshua Ginsberg of the Bronx Zoo.
1) Leah Fleming discusses E-commerce and the environment with Carolyn Nunley of Consumers Union and Tom Kay, founder of Ecomall. 2) Peter Berle discusses the Keeper Springs bottled water company founded by Robert F Kennedy Jr. 3) Steven Westcott discusses the winter season with Louis Uccellini of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction. 4) Peter Berle discusses how strawberries are grown and picked. 5) Peter Berle leads a discussion on wood chip mills with Danna Smith of the Dogwood Alliance and Bob Slocum of the North Carolina Forestry Association. 5) Peter Berle speaks with George Poinar, author of Amber Forests: A Reconstruction of a Vanished World.
1) Peter Berle discusses the environmental impact of Mitsubishi Salt Work Plants in Mexico with Mario Aguilar, Minister of the Environment (Mexico), Jacob Scherr of the Natural Resources Defense Council and James Brumm, representative with Mitsubishi. 2) Steven Westcott discusses the renewal of offshore oil leases in California with Mary Nichols, secretary for California's Resources Agency. 3) Listener Comments. 4) Peter Berle discusses elk in the Ozark Mountains. 5) Peter Berle discusses ?eco-tourism? with Megan Epler Wood of Epler International, Kurt Kutay of Wildland Adventures and Ray Rodney of Wilderness Travel. 6) Steven Westcott discusses Henry David Thoreau's Wild Fruits with Thoreau scholar, Bradley Dean.
1) Peter Berle discusses dam removal in California with Leslie Everett of PG&E, Bruce Babitt, U.S Secretary of the Interior and Valerie Holcomb of the CALFED Bay-Delta Program. 2) Mary Darcy and Dr. Sandra Steingraber discuss the connection between toxins and cancer. 3) Peter Berle gives a ?green tip? on how to be politically active. 4) Gary Ferguson reads from his book, Through the Woods: A Journey Through America's Forests. 5) Peter Berle talks about harvesting christmas trees in New York. 6) Peter Berle leads a discussion on environmentalism in American and British literature with Professors of English Richard Nunley and Lawrence Lipking.7) Steven Westcott discusses the reintroduction of the timber wolf.
1) Peter Berle discusses improving emission standards in New York State with Peter Iwanowicz of the American Lung Association, John Cahill of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Gloria Bergquist of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. 2) Mark Brodie discusses urban sprawl in Atlanta, Georgia with Bryan Hager of the Georgia chapter of the Sierra Club, Catherine Ross of the Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development and Lucie Griggs of Cool Communities. 3) Steven Westcott reports on global warming movie trailers. 4) Peter Berle discusses trout spawning season. 5) Peter Berle leads a discussion on labeling products with genetically modified crops with Gene Orabowsky with Grocery Manufacturers Association and Michael Hansen of the Consumer Policy Institute. 6) Peter Berle discusses funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund with conservationist Paul Pritchard, Jerry Taylor of the Cato Institute and Denis Galvin of the National Park Service.
1) Mark Brodie discusses urban sprawl in Atlanta, Georgia with Dan Reuter of the Atlanta Regional Commission, Lucie Griggs of Cool Communities and Walt Higgins of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. 2) Steven Westcott discusses earthquakes and intraslab faults in California with Simon Peacock, Professor of Geology. 3) Charles Wilkinson reads from his book, Fire on the Plateau: Conflict and Endurance in the American Southwest. 4) Peter Berle discusses the benefits of prescribed forest burns with Laurel Ross, Director of Conservation Programs for Illinois. 5) Peter Berle discusses federal land acquisitions with Kathy Benedetto of the National Wilderness Institute and Rodger Schlickeisen of the Defenders of Wildlife. 6) Peter Berle speaks with Professor David Koerner on emerging solar systems and the origins of life.
1) Steven Westcott reports on earthquake preparedness in California with Constance Perett, Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management and Eliza Chan, Federal Emergency Management Agency. 2) Peter Berle reports on eco-friendly mining in Madagascar with Jacques Theron, environmental consultant to Rio Tinto. 3) Professor of English Richard Nunley reads an essay. 4) Peter Berle reports on organic corn harvesting in Wisconsin with Dan Kaiser of Golden Harvest Farms. 5) Peter Berle leads a discussion on the sale of Great Lakes Water with John Febbraro of the Nova Group and Michael Donahue of the Great Lakes Commission. 6) In the Green Tips segment, Peter Berle offers a tip on choosing paints without volatile organic compounds. 7) A Report on the Save the Manatee Club.