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US-Canada Rel. / Air Pollution #273848

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 15, 1981
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(Studio) Canada's concern over United States air pollution affecting its environmental noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Ottawa, Ontario) Destruction of Canadian environmental by United States pollution examined. [Environment minister John ROBERTS - criticizes situation.] Impact of acid rain discussed; formation of acid rain explained. [Govt. scientist Tom BRYDGES - predicts death of lakes.] No. of lakes thought affected in Ontario alone noted. [Brad ROBINSON - predicts economy problems.] Canadian efforts to reduce own air pollution mentioned; extent of United States pollution of Canadian air mentioned. [ROBERTS - comments.] [United States Environmental Protection Agency spokesperson Kathleen BENNETT - notes complexity of problem.] Acid rain's impact on bldgs. mentioned, shown.
REPORTER: Steve Young

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Young, Steve
Duration:
00:03:10

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