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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of November 14-18



Monday, 14 November 2005

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

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Programs for Week of November 14-18

Toxic Gold Rush -- Mercury can be a convenient tool for people who mine
for gold but the toxic metal puts their lives at risk. (11/14/2005)

Handheld Hazards -- Cell phones might be safe for people to use but when
they become obsolete, they give rise to problems with safe disposal.
(11/15/2005)

Gas Pressure -- Rising demand for natural gas is driving a drilling boom
in the American West. (11/16/2005)

An Evolving Climate Picture -- A New York Times reporter has covered
climate change for 20 years, and he sees changes in our understanding of
the phenomenon. (11/17/2005)

The Price of a Mercury Mine -- Problems with public health are the
heritage of a mercury mine in Eastern Europe. (11/18/2005)
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