Podcast 51 - Earth Day evolution - First half, FREE

April 22, 2018

Gena and Jean discuss the history and evolution of Earth Day and the issues of pollution as well as conservation. This program is broadcast the first time on 22 April 2018, the 48th anniversary of the first Earth Day. Jean talks about the preparation for the first Earth Day in the first half and more information on the history of the event and ways our ancestors were conservationists in their own right, are included in the second half. That requires a Premium subscription to the Podcast by going to the first page and using the secure order format to pay the $20 for 12 months of full podcasts and those done prior.

(Note: there is some interference on this recording; we have attempted to clean it up, requiring some "looping" - rerecording small portions. We apologize for that static.)

To access the resource information for this podcast, go to the blog post of 22 April 2018 at <http://genaandjean.blogspot.com> 

The image above is from the Library of Congress, photo by John Vachon of stream pollution in Dubuque, Iowa, April 1940 (30 years before the first Earth Day)

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