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Episode #30 — 23 September 2014 Creative Environmental Solutions and Watershed Protection

with Margaret Palmer, Ph.D.

Margaret Palmer, University of Maryland Professor and Director of the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, shares with the impact that mountaintop removal coal mining is having on inland streams and rivers. She discusses the scientific evidence she brings to the courtroom to illustrate the reality of what is happening in the environment. Margaret also relates how the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center uses research from multiple disciplines to creatively solve environmental problems.

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