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Environment

Our stories cover science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the natural world and the environment

Environment

Innovation without borders

Host Lisa Mullins speaks with author Rowan Gibson about how businesses can encourage innovation even if their host countries don't; Gibson's new book is called, "Innovation to the Core".

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Stephen Chao

Faith talks to former FOX News president Stephen Chao about WonderHowto.com, a new web site he co-created to help people learn how to successfully execute any task.

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Green goes to the boardroom

More and more companies are finding ways to make economic growth with environmental benchmarks part of their mandates. Fred Krupp, author of 'Earth: The Sequel' and president of Environmental Defense Fund, tells host Steve Curwood, the profit motive that helped create global warming can also help solve it.

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Vision of a sustainable city

In honor of Earth Day, we revisit some of our favorite stories. When reporter Cecilia Vaisman visited Curitiba, Brazil in 1994, she learned how a city with a growing population and outdated infrastructure transformed into a sustainable and wonderfully livable city, with lots of green space, recycling programs, and an efficient rapid transit system.

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Urban visionary

Curitiba, Brazil's model sustainable city, was largely the brainchild of Jaime Lerner. As three-time mayor of the city, he created a rapid transit bus system, increased the amount of green space, and encouraged children and adults alike to recycle. Jaime Lerner joins host Steve Curwood and says all cities have the potential for environmental success.

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Spain reclaims its beaches

The World's Gerry Hadden reports that Spain's government is starting to enforce a law aimed at protecting the country's coastline, and it's now demolishing structures built illegally on the country's beaches, even though that's upsetting many homeowners.

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Geo answer

The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Ellesmere Island. An international dog sled expedition led by explorer Will Steger is currently crossing the island in an effort to document the effects of climate change.

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