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Derek Wall on Elinor Ostrom – Economy and Ecology

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The Bogazici University Summer School on Institutions, Justice and Democracy was held this June in Istanbul, Turkey. The event included discussions on environmental justice. Filiz Cicek spoke with one of the attendees, Derek Wall, who is the International Coordinator of the Green Party of England and Wales. Wall discusses late IU Professor Elinor Ostrom’s Nobel Prize-winning theories on economy and ecology.

EcoReport Feature – The Bean Blossom Bottoms Conservation Area

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In this EcoReport Feature, Sycamore Land Trust Communications Director Katrina Folsom discusses their effort with the State of Indiana to establish the Bean Blossom Bottoms Conservation Area.

EcoReport – Community Members Raise Concerns of PCB Contamination

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For decades, a group of chemical compounds called PCBs have caused massive problems in Bloomington. In today’s feature, Emily Beck looks in to the current status of PCB contamination in the city.

EcoReport – Myke Luurtsema: Wild Areas

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Myke Luurtsema of the Indiana Forest Alliance talks about their Wild Indiana Campaign and it’s proposal to set aside Wild Areas in the Indiana State Forest System.

EcoReport – Indiana Dunes

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In today’s EcoReport feature, Bowden Quinn talks about a controversial development at Indiana Dunes State Park.

EcoReport – Professor Vicki Meretsky on Frogs

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In today’s EcoReport feature, I.U. environmental scientist Vicki Meretsky discusses frogs, their role in our environment, and the types of these amphibians found in Southern Indiana.

EcoReport – Kent Webb on Deer Population Management

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Researcher Kent Webb discusses the science and politics of deer population management.

EcoReport – Michel Mann: The Denial of Global Warming

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In today’s EcoReport feature, Dan Young speaks with Nobel Prize-winning climate scientist Michael Mann who discusses his contribution to understanding global warming, and the vicious attacks his work has faced from climate deniers.

Health effects and clean-up options for PCBs- full 30 minute interview

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In this 30 minute interview,  Filiz Cicek and Dan Withered speak with Public Interest and Environmental Lawyer Mick Harrison, and Retired Senior Greenpeace Scientist Pat Costner about PCBs, their health effects, and the current state of the clean-up in Monroe County.

EcoReport – PCBs

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In today’s EcoReport feature, Filiz Cicek and Dan Withered speak with Public Interest and Environmental Lawyer Mick Harrison, and Retired Senior Greenpeace Scientist Pat Costner about PCBs, their health effects, and the current state of the clean-up in Monroe County.

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