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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 18 October 2004



Monday, 18 October 2004

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

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Programs for October 18-22

Reducing Rush Hour -- Cities need to give more thought to transportation
issues in their planning process, according to a new report out of
Texas. (10/18/2004)

Shell Shocked -- Some displaced oysters led this author to look at the
world in a whole new way. (10/19/2004)

Making the Grade -- Sometimes people pour new sand on oceanfront beaches
to compensate for erosion, but that new sand can cause problems for sea
turtles that build their nests along the waterfront. (10/20/2004)

Green Buildings -- Architects and contractors create a check list to
clearly define what makes a "green building" distinct from
run-of-the-mill construction. (10/21/2004)

Overdrawn -- An advocacy group contends that personal debt and
environmental trouble go hand in hand. (10/22/2004)

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