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Terra Verde – December 23, 2005

COMMUNITY ACTION TO PROTECT GRAY WHALE HABITAT ‘Tis the season to talk about…whales! Gray whales migrate between their feeding grounds in the North Pacific and their mating and calving grounds in Baja Mexico. Southbound gray whales pass the coast of California every December and January and Northbound gray whales and their newborn calves pass by … Continued


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Terra Verde – December 2, 2005

California’s own Richard Pombo (R-11th District) has proved to be the country’s most environmentally hostile member of Congress. Chairman of the House Resources Committee, Pombo’s proposals to weaken the Endangered Species Act, sell off parts of our National Parks, and open the Artic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling have provoked outcries from the environmental … Continued


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Terra Verde – November 11, 2005

Ten Year Anniversary of the Death of Ken Saro-Wiwa Nigerian environmental activist, Ken Saro-Wiwa, was executed by his government on November 10, 1995. Saro-wiwa raised international awareness of environmental degradation in the Niger Delta region of southern Nigeria caused by oil extraction. Terra Verde will look at developments over the ten years since Saro-Wiwa’s death, … Continued


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Terra Verde – November 4, 2005

Environment on the Ballot: CA Special Election 2005 Learn about the environmental implications of various propositions on the ballot this Tuesday. Terre Verde will be in conversation with the California League of Conservation Voters, as well as proponents and opponents of Proposition 80, which focuses on energy regulation.


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Terra Verde – October 21, 2005

Terra Verde speaks with Diane Wilson, a fourth-generation shrimp-boat captain and mother of five, who takes on rampant polluters in Seadrift, Texas, to proves that one "ordinary" woman can force a giant chemical company to change its ways. She is the author of the new book: An Unreasonable Woman.