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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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Tuesday 10 September 2002
Home Planet

Panel

Professor Jacquie Burgess
University College London

Derek Moore OBE
Chief Executive, Wildlife Trusts of South & West Wales

Professor Philip Stott
University of London

Topics

Bill Jordan from Devon asks "what is Local Agenda 21 and has it achieved anything?"

Local Agenda 21
Sustainable development and local government
Local Agenda 21: safer routes to school
What is Local Agenda 21?

Mr Duke from Droitwich wants to know whether or not we could use our rivers to produce power. We interviewed Dr Arthur Williams, senior lecturer, Nottingham Trent University.

Micro Hydro-Electric Power
BBC story on water power
Hydro electric info
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Breadalbane Hydro-Electric Power Scheme

Mr Robert from Somerset asks what has become of the glow worms that we used to see in Devonshire?
UK Glow Worm Survey
Glow worm info
Forestry Commission info
How do they glow?
Wildlife Trust info
More glow worm info

Christine and Peter Metcalf want to know whether wind turbines are dangerous for birds. We interviewed Nick Goodall, Chief Executive, British Wind Energy Association.

British Wind Energy Association
Wind Prospect
RSPB
Birds and windpower
Windpower info
More windpower info
Sustainable Development info
Irish Times info
New Review article
The Times article
Report on effects of windfarms on birds

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