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A new publication, ''Meeting the Needs of People Walking''. The Walk21 conference in Bogota. The UN Environment Program helps cities improve conditions for peds. NACTO ''Global Street Design Guide''. The PEPCO Trail.
Submitted by John Z Wetmore on Wed, 11/20/2019 - 3:34pm This episode is currently not viewable online.
We visit New Orleans. -We learn about 8 80 Cities and Open Streets. -We talk with the exec. dir. of Friends of Lafitte Greenway. -Bike Easy works to make bicycling easy, safe, and fun. -The LA Secretary of DOT. -The Great American Rail Trail.
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We travel to Vicksburg, Mississippi, where an old bridge is closed to pedestrians. We talk with the Superintendent of the Vicksburg Bridge Commission of Warren County. We learn about Friends of the Vicksburg Bridge. We meet a community health advocate.
Submitted by Alexander Silva... on Wed, 11/20/2019 - 12:53pm This episode is currently not viewable online.
250 millions tons of meat are consumed annually worldwide. The increasing meat consumption determines our future.
The steadily growing meat production sector has drastic consequences not only to the ecological and climatic balance of the Earth, but also to our health. But where does meat come from and under what circumstances is it produced? MEAT FILE provides facts about livestock production, animal husbandry and slaughter, as well as the effects on people and the Planet Earth.