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Tuesday 15:00-15:30
Richard Daniel chairs the interactive environmental programme in which he and his guests deal with listener's questions and concerns.
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Home Planet, PO Box 3096, Brighton BN1 1PL
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Tuesday 20 August 2002
Home Planet

Panel

Sue Buckingham
Senior Lecturer in Geography at Brunel University and Director of the Women's Environmental Network

Derek Moore OBE
Chief Executive of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales

Philip Stott
Bio-geographer and Emeritus Professor of the University of London.

Topics:

Shop Heating

Should shops be closing their doors when they have the heating on, to cut down on the huge amount of energy used by commercial buildings? From Tim Claydon in Liverpool.

BRE
Association for the
Conservation of Energy


Atmospheric dust

Is it true that dust in the atmosphere is contributing more to global warming than human activity? If so where does the dust come from and what can we do about it?

Interview: Nick Brooks researcher at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research in Norwich.

Met Office
Tyndall Centre

Crayfish

We are unable to stock our pond with native UK Crayfish because they are so rare, yet the American Signal Crayfish that is causing the damage to this species is being advertised in the newspaper. What is the law doing to protect our native species? From Mr Michael Gambier in Taunton

Interview: Pete Sibley, Nottingham Environment Agency

Environment Agency
UK Biodiversity

Flooding

Does the panel believe that reafforestation of our watersheds would solve our flooding problems? From Tom Lister in Blairgowrie

Environment Agency
UK Tropical Forest Forum

Ragwort

On a visit to a nature reserve I saw a planting of Ragwort which was attracting moths. I later wondered why it was being pulled out of a roadside verge by the Highways Agency? From Matthew Dyke

The Wildlife Trusts
DEFRA: Weeds Act


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