July 31, 1992


Today, we’ll let the animals do the talking.

July 30, 1992


Our atmosphere is littered with the debris of previous space launches. What steps can be taken to avoid space pollution in the future?

July 29, 1992

TROPICAL BIRDS -Bred in Captivity

There are many reasons why petlovers should consider buying only captive-bred birds.

July 28, 1992

TROPICAL BIRDS -Imported and Endangered

Many species of parrots that have become popular as pets seem to be vanishing in the wild.

July 27, 1992

FUSION -Fuel of the Future

Scientists around the world have embarked on a long-term, collaborative attempt to build a successful fusion reactor.

July 24, 1992


Developing new sources of energy can take decades. But if the result is a non-polluting power generator that runs on fuel derived from ordinary water, it may be worth the wait.

July 23, 1992


The monkey-like lemurs of Madagascar are closely related to the primitive ancestors of humans and other primates.

July 22, 1992

MADAGASCAR – Fragmenting an Island

The destruction of rainforest in Madagascar threatens plant and animal species found nowhere else on earth.

July 20, 1992


The isolated island of Madagascar has been described as both a grand experiment in evolution, and a science fiction world.

July 17, 1992

SPACE POLLUTION – Mapping the Debris

A layer of debris orbiting our planet poses a threat to future space launches.

July 16, 1992


A state-of-the-art office uses seventy percent less energy per square foot than a standard office and costs less to maintain as well.

July 15, 1992

DEBT FOR NATURE -Sustaining the Forests

Environmental groups trying to foster conservation in developing countries find that assistance is needed at many different levels, and can have long term effects.

July 14, 1992

DEBT FOR NATURE – Protecting The Land

Allowing a country to repay part of its foreign debt by preserving its own forests and park is an acknowledgement of the interdependence of all nations.

July 13, 1992


An unusual method of debt repayment allows developing countries to set aside natural reserves for preservation, not exploitation.

July 10, 1992


It came from earth… and wound up in outer space.

July 9, 1992


Step by step, how recycled paper is made.

July 8, 1992

PAPER RECYCLING -Creating Markets

Separating your paper and bottles and cans, does not necessarily mean you’re recycling them.

July 7, 1992

PAPER RECYCLING – Is There A Difference?

Can you tell recycled paper by its appearance?

July 6, 1992


Recycling paper not only spares trees, it also saves energy and space.

July 3, 1992

WETLANDS – No Net Loss

Wetlands used to be considered worthless tracts of waterlogged land. Scientists have come to recognize that wetlands are actually extemely valuable ecosystems, in need of conservation.

July 2, 1992

WETLANDS – Where Land Meets Water

What do swamps, bogs and marshes have in common? They’re all wetlands, and they’re worth preserving.

July 1, 1992


In Canada, a group of indigenous people have nurtured their natural resources for generations by careful management practices.