Archive: Everest And Environment

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Host Maureen Taylor is joined by Jim Carson & Kelly McInenly to talk about One World Development, an environmental youth group which is going to Mount Everest to clean up the garbage. Maureen is also joined by Professor Doug Powell, a food safety expert with the University of Guelph and Peter Tabuns, head of Greenpeace to talk about genetically modified food.
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