Meet the Planet: January 26th, 2008 Radio
January 26th, 2008

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Meet the Planet: January 26th, 2008

Episode 67

Today on Meet the Planet, Richard Heindberg, author and researcher of peak oil, joins the program to talk about achieving peak oil and what changes will need to be made to deal with the shortage of oil. Jim Curland of the Defenders of Wildlife joins the program to talk about why sea otters are still in critical danger despite being protected under law and what their deaths may signify. Sebastian Troeng Senior Director of Regional Marine Strategy for Conservation International talks to Lex Gopnik about the increase in green turtle populations. Public Outreach Coordinator for the Wetlands Recovery Project talks about the value that wetlands have, what the biggest challenges of wetland protection are today.

Jenny Griffin, Max Gotnick
Jim Curland, Richard Heindberg, Sebastian Troeng, Mary Locum


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