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Eye On The Earth (Los Angeles, California / Smog) #344788

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 11, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Lagattuta) Problem of smog in Los Angeles featured; current scenes and historical footage shown. [Artist Kim ABILEIZE - talks about etched plates she creates with smog.] Plans to trade smog pollution credits as a commodity explained. [Arco Products Company president, George BABIKIAN - comments.] [Gaplin Ford Bert BOECKMANN - comments on low-pollution car model.] [California air resources board Steve ALBU - comments on car emissions.] Plans to phase in electric cars noted. [Los Angeles transportation commission Neil PETERSON - talks about Los Angeles subway.] Excerpt shown of commercial for lighter fluid designed to meet Los Angeles air quality standards. [Air Quality Management District James LENTS - comments on giving companies incentives.] [Coalition for Clean Air Joel SCHWARTZ - notes impact of expected population growth.]

Lagattuta, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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