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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 8 September 2003



Monday, 8 September 2003

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
http://ewradio.org

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Water Break - Agriculture is America's largest user of fresh water.  A
Minneapolis think tank calls for incentives to help conserve it.
(9/8/03)

Arctic Quest - A young man who hiked alone through Alaska's Arctic
wilderness says oil development could spoil the last big piece of a
unique ecosystem. (9/9/03)

Communication and Confusion - Hundreds of thousands of migrating birds
die every year around radio and TV towers, but scientists are not clear
on exactly why this happens. (9/10/03)

Corks and Conservation - The cork that's used in wine bottles is a
product of successful and sustainable management of forests in Europe
and North Africa. Some people say it's threatened by a switch to plastic
corks and other synthetic stoppers. (9/11/03) 

Green and Blues -- A psychologist says people need to take action on the
environment in order to feel better about their own futures. (9/12/03)
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Earthwatch Radio is distributed on CD to more than 125 radio stations,
reading services and other broadcasters throughout North America.
Scripts are sent daily by email, and you can sign up for this free
service at: http://ewradio.org/subscribe.aspx

Earthwatch Radio is a public service of the Sea Grant Institute and the
Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison: http://www.wisc.edu



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