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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 19 April 2004



Monday, 19 April 2004

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

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Programs for week of April 19-23

The Peach State Plans Ahead -- Georgia is rapidly growing, and demand
for water could exceed supplies within a few decades.  State officials
are planning for long-term conservation. (4/19/04)

Quiet Killers -- Heat waves might seem less dramatic than tornados and
hurricanes, but they can be even more deadly. (4/20/04)

Expensive Waste -- Energy prices are near all-time highs, but we still
waste most of the fossil fuel we burn. (4/21/04)

Conflict of Interests -- Businesses that depend on an unspoiled
environment are complaining about oil and gas development in western
states. (4/22/04)

The Marsh Arabs -- Part of Iraq was once covered by a vast wetland, and
the people who inhabited the area had a unique way of life. (4/23/04)
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