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Economic strategies for environmental change / Dorothy Wills and Alisa Gravitz ; hosted by Leslie Baer-Brown.

Program Title:
Economic strategies for environmental change / Dorothy Wills and Alisa Gravitz ; hosted by Leslie Baer-Brown.
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PRA Archive #: 
SZ0621.04
Description: 

Series which explores environmental problems and solutions from around the world.|ECONOMIC STRATEGIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE / Dorothy Wills and Alisa Gravitz| hosted by Leslie Baer-Brown. SERIES: Earthwatch| no. 4 Series which explores environmental problems and solutions from around the world. CONTENT: How domestic U.S. economics effects the environment globally. Dr. Dorothy Wills, who worked in West Africa, discusses U.S. foreign policy and Third World environments. Alisa Gravitz, director of the group Co-Op America, revels strategies Americans can adopt to pressure environmental changes. BROADCAST: Satellite, 11 July 1991.

Examines how domestic United States economic activities effect the global environment. Dr. Dorothy Wills, who worked in West Africa, discusses United States foreign politcy and Third World environments. Alisa Gravitz, Director of the group Co-Op America, reveals strategies Americans can adopt to pressure for environmental changes.

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Date Broadcast on: 
Satellite, 11 July 1991.
Item duration: 
1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., stereo.|59:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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