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Let's be hot / Helen Caldicott ; produced by Pam Burton.

Program Title:
Let's be hot / Helen Caldicott ; produced by Pam Burton.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ1580.06
Description: 

Part of seven programs about caring for the earth and the environment.|LET'S BE HOT / Helen Caldicott| produced by Pam Burton. SERIES: Healing the planet : care and repair of planet earth| no. 6 6th in a series of programs about caring for the earth. CONTENT: Caldicott argues that the military-industry complex renewed its usefulness through the U.S. intervention following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. She urges President Bush to support "humancare," and presents conflict resolution as a strategy to end the crisis. She addresses the dangers of plastics, CFCs, and paper products by their contribution to the green house effect through ozone destruction. Also, talks about the space program's impact upon our planet, the intervention of the church, and the denial of U.S. access to the birth control drug (RU846). RECORDED: at the Conference for Physicians for Social Responsibility and Beyond War in Santa Monica, 27 Oct. 1990.

Caldicott argues that the military-industrial complex renewed its usefulness through the U.S. intervention following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. She urges President Bush to support "humancare," and presents conflict resolution as a strategy to end the crisis. She addresses the dangers of plastics, CFC's, and paper products by their contribution to the greenhouse effect through ozone destruction. Also, talks about the space program's impact upon our planet, the intervention of the church, and the denial of U.S. access to the birth control drug RU845.

Caldicott argues that the military-industrial complex renewed its usefulness through the U.S. intervention following Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. She urges President Bush to support "humancare," and presents conflict resolution as a strategy to end the crisis. She addresses the dangers of plastics, CFC's, and paper products by their contribution to the greenhouse effect through ozone destruction. Also, talks about the space program's impact upon our planet, the intervention of the church, and the denial of U.S. access to the birth control drug RU845.

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Date Recorded on: 
Conference for Physicians for Social Responsibility and Beyond War held in Santa Monica, CA. 27 Oct. 1990.
Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
1 reel (53 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|48:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1990.
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