Brown Bag, Green Book podcast

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The Brown Bag, Green Book program ran from 2009 through 2012 and focused on books about environmental sustainability.

Harold Denton, a nuclear physicist and former Director of the Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation, provides his perspective on three accidents in nuclear power generation: Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima.
Edye Ellis discusses the book Living downstream: an ecologist's personal investigation of cancer and the environment.
Steve Scarborough discusses The ripple effect : the fate of freshwater in the twenty-first century, which explores how our actions impact the earth's limited water supply.
Elandria Williams of the Highlander Research and Education Center discusses My work is that of conservation : an environmental biography of George Washington Carver.
City of Knoxville Neighborhood Coordinator David Massey talks about the impact of blight on a community as he reviews Bringing buildings back: from abandoned properties to community assets.
Dr. Agricola Odoi thinks about the impact of climate change on health as analyzed in Changing planet, changing health.


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