Environmental Debate

Whether it's another animal added to the endangered species list, or the thinning ozone layer, environmental stories are the stuff of headlines. But is the news always negative? Where's the good news? In this hour of Science Friday, we'll hear from Paul Ehrlich and journalist Gregg Easterbrook about the state of the environment. Guests: Paul Ehrlich Author Betrayal of Science and Reason: How Anti-Environmental Rhetoric Threatens our Future Bing Professor of Population Studies Professor of biological sciences Stanford University, Stanford, CA Gregg Easterbrook Contributing Editor Atlantic Monthly Author A Moment on Earth: The Coming of Age of Environmental Optimism Brussels, Belgium Listeners call in

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