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Sierra Club Radio - May 8, 2010

This week on Sierra Club Radio: 1) Update on the BP Oil Disaster in the Gulf Coast: Conservation Director Sarah Hodgdon and Mississippi Chapter Director Louie Miller talk about what things look like on the ground in the Gulf Coast, and what this means nationally for the future of energy 2) Sandra Steingraber, author of Living Downstream: An Ecologist's Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment, and filmmaker Chanda Chevannes who is making a documentary based on the book 2) Stewart Boss, a freshman at University of North Carolina, talks with us about a recent big victory to get UNC to move beyond coal and towards clean energy.


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