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Earthwatch Radio - Toxics
Earthwatch Radio was inspired by Wisconsin U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, the founder of Earth Day. Launched in 1972, it was the first radio program in the nation to concentrate on environmental news. When the last show aired 35 years later, this award-winning program had become the longest-running program of its kind. Read more...
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Playlist for Earthwatch Radio - Toxics

  1. What's in the Water?  (2:04) — 11/27/2006 [Download]
    Veterinarians and other animal experts report high levels of disease in marine mammals, and they say people are part of the problem.

  2. Beyond the Tailpipe  (2:01) — 8/16/2006 [Download]
    A close look at roadside dirt has found a mix of toxic ingredients.

  3. Missing the Mark  (2:00) — 5/26/2006 [Download]
    Policymakers have taken aim at lead and other pollutants that threaten health. But some communities remain at risk.

  4. Losing the Clean Sweep  (2:00) — 9/15/2005 [Download]
    In parts of the United States, summer smog might linger longer as the atmosphere grows warmer.

  5. Uneasy Breathing  (2:01) — 8/30/2005 [Download]
    People might need to change their daily routines to avoid air pollution in a warmer world.

  6. Hazy Health Hazards  (2:05) — 7/13/2005 [Download]
    Global warming might cook up more problems with air pollution.