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.) Host Bruce Roberston talks with Roy Spencer, a space scientist with NASA, about recent weather pattern changes, including the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, and their connection to global warming. 2.) Robertson talks with John Jester of Renew America about their recent publication of the Environmental Success Index which lists businesses and organizations that are environmentally friendly. 3.) Sabine O'Hara gives her overall assessment of the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. 4.) Robertson checks in with Sierra Club on-trail coordinator Tersh Palmer, to see how their Appalachian Trail hike celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Sierra Club, is going.
1.) Host Bruce Robertson talks with Dr. Robert Disafra about the recent discovery that the ozone hole predicted to form over the northern hemisphere did not appear, although there was still ozone depletion. 2.) Robertson talks with economist William Klein about the prediction the Earth's core temperature will rise 20 degrees in 300 years and the effects this will have on the world's environment and economy. 3.) Rebecca Harwood reports from Colorado about the Windstar biodome .