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This edition: Better Living, Better Earth

Episode Details

Original tape date: November 16, 2011.

First aired: November 16, 2011.

• Marlene Peralta reports on the most unlikely place for a wildlife refuge right here in New York.
• Carol Anne Riddell cruises the Hudson River to find out just how clean the water is.
• Grant Greenberg tells us why scientists say batteries may be our future.

For More Information:
Hudson River: www.riverkeeper.org/water-quality/hudson/

Guest List

Dr. Ben Dubin-Thaler Founder and Chief Scientist, Cell Motion BioBus

Ivan Garcia Manager, West Marine Store

John Lipscomb Patrol Boat Captain

Greg O'Mullan Assistant Professor, School of Earth and Environmental Science, Queens College/CUNY

Ray Ortiz Pumpout Boat Operator

Dr. Martin P. Schreibman FISH FARMING

Zhennya Slootskin V.P. and Treasurer, GoingCoastal.org

Jose Valez Recreational Boater

Jennifer Wolff Park Ranger, Gateway National Recreation Area

Chester Zarnoch Professor of Environmental Studies and Biology, Baruch College/CUNY

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