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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 12 September 2005



Monday, 12 September 2005

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

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Programs for week of September 12-16

Trading Away Greenhouse Gases -- A market-based plan to cut carbon
pollution has failed to pass in Congress, but the idea is drawing
support from both sides of the aisle. (9/12/2005)

Walking the Planet -- A new book chronicles an African-American man's
attempt to walk around the world to call attention to the environment.
(9/13/2005)

Leaking Lakes -- Some of the permafrost in Siberia is starting to thaw
out, and lakes are disappearing through these new openings in the frozen
soil. (9/14/2005)

Losing the Clean Sweep -- The weather systems that sweep away hot
weather and smog might be less frequent in a warmer world, and problems
with smog might grow more intense. (9/15/2005)

Doomed to Be Dammed -- A scenic canyon in the Sierras was slated to
become a reservoir, and the doomed nature of the area seemed to bring
out the worst in visitors. (9/16/2005)
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