Podcast: Lawrence Solomon on radiation in Japan

(April 1, 2011) Lawrence Solomon joins Financial Post reporters Eric Lam and John Shmuel for the FP Big Picture podcast.

Click here to listen on the Financial Post website.

About Lawrence Solomon

Lawrence Solomon is one of Canada's leading environmentalists. His book, The Conserver Solution (Doubleday) popularized the Conserver Society concept in the late 1970s and became the manual for those interested in incorporating environmental factors into economic life. An advisor to President Jimmy Carter's Task Force on the Global Environment (the Global 2000 Report) in the late 1970's, he has since been at the forefront of movements to reform foreign aid, stop nuclear power expansion and adopt toll roads. Mr. Solomon is a founder and managing director of Energy Probe Research Foundation and the executive director of its Energy Probe and Urban Renaissance Institute divisions. He has been a columnist for The Globe and Mail, a contributor to the Wall Street Journal, the editor and publisher of the award-winning The Next City magazine, and the author or co-author of seven books, most recently The Deniers, a #1 environmental best-seller in both Canada and the U.S. .
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1 Response to Podcast: Lawrence Solomon on radiation in Japan

  1. crisismaven says:

    Seeing the scarcity of bottled water esp. in some areas of Japan I have compiled a few “Survival tips: Out of bottled water? Drinking water contaminated? Here is what to do …”
    http://crisismaven.wordpress.com/2011/04/01/survival-tips-out-of-bottled-water-drinking-water-contaminated-here-is-what-to-do/

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