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Peter Gleick
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Dr. Peter Gleick

Andrew Fahlund, Vice President for Conservation at American Rivers Organization (http://www.americanrivers.org), recently sat down with Dr. Gleick to discuss the challenge of managing our rivers and other freshwater resources in a sustainable way.

====>Click to hear the interview with Dr. Peter Gleick

Dr. Peter H. Gleick is co-founder and President of the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security in Oakland, California. His research and writing address the critical connections between water and human health, the hydrologic impacts of climate change, sustainable water use, privatization and globalization, and international conflicts over water resources.

Dr. Gleick is an internationally recognized water expert and was named a MacArthur Fellow in October 2003 for his work. In 2001, Gleick was dubbed a "visionary on the environment" by the British Broadcasting Corporation. In 1999, Gleick was elected an Academician of the International Water Academy, in Oslo, Norway and in 2006, he was elected to the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

Gleick received a B.S. from Yale University and an M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. He serves on the boards of numerous journals and organizations, and is the author of many scientific papers and five books, including the biennial water report, The World's Water, published by Island Press (Washington, D.C.).

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Tim Palmer

The American Rivers Organization (http://www.americanrivers.org) is very happy to bring you an interview with Tim Palmer, author and river enthusiast, for American Rivers' September eNewsletter.

====>Click to hear the interview withTim Palmer

“My own experience [with rivers] began as a little boy, with the stream that flowed past our backyard where I grew up in the Appalachian foothills,” Tim Palmer recounts. “And it grew to include the wildest, the most spectacular, and the most vital rivers on the continent—places that are essential for ourselves and for all of life.” 

An outdoor photographer and award-winning author of 17 books about rivers and the environment, Tim Palmer has devoted his career to profiling and preserving rivers. His new book, Rivers of America, takes readers on a spectacular journey across the nation by way of rivers. Full of stunning photos and personal stories, Rivers of America explores why healthy, natural rivers are important to us all.

BOOK TOUR: This fall Tim Palmer will tour the country to share a slide show about his new book, Rivers of America. Admission is free and signed copies of Rivers of America and the author’s other books will be available for purchase.

American Rivers is sponsoring three stops in this tour:
October 5th: Albany, New York 
October 26th: Washington, D.C. (Closed to the public.)
November 30th: Seattle, Washington

For more information contact Heather Hamilton or (202) 347-7550.

Purchase a copy of Rivers of America

Copyright © 2006 Tim Palmer, All Rights Reserved.

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River Videos

American Rivers has stepped up with a great assortment of Videos on America's Rivers. Please visit their site and support American Rivers as they support the cause of our Rivers: http://www.americanrivers.org

Here are some of their Videos:

====>Click to View "The Ice Cold Milwaukee River"

====>Click to View "Tom Skerritt and Rob Masonis on the Skagit River"

====>Click to View "Tom Skerritt: about American Rivers in the NW"

====>Click to View "Tom Skerritt and Rob Masonis on the Skagit River"

====>Click to View "Tom Skerritt on why rivers matter"

====>Click to View "Tom Skerritt on the Skagit River"

====>Click to View "White Salmon River"

====>Click to View "Toledo Stormwater 1"

====>Click to View "National River Cleanup Week How-to Video"

====>Click to View "Ancient Greek Stormwater"

====>Click to View "American Rivers Web Launch Introduction"

====>Click to View "America's Most Endangered Rivers of 2007"

====>Click to View "#4 Upper Delaware River, New York"

====>Click to View "#10 Chuitna River, Alaska"

====>Click to View "Taking a Second Look: Communities and Dam Removal"

====>Click to View "#6 Neches River, Texas"

====>Click to View "#2 San Mateo Creek, California"

====>Click to View "#3 Iowa River, Iowa"

====>Click to View "#7 Kinnickinnic River, Wisconsin"

====>Click to View "#1 Santa Fe River, New Mexico"

====>Click to View "#8 Neuse River, North Carolina"

====>Click to View "Restoring the Elwha"

====>Click to View ""Fly" up the Elwha Valley"

====>Click to View "Horse Creek Dam Explosion"

====>Click to View "Rain Gardens"

====>Click to View "River Lobby Day 2006"

Copyright © 2006 American Rivers, All Rights Reserved.

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