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Eye On The Earth (Environment: Netherlands) #345259

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 09, 1992
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Amsterdam: Tom Fenton) Efforts to clean up the environment in the Netherlands featured; scenes shown from Amsterdam, Netherlands; popularity of bicycling and public transportation there noted. [Two PEOPLE - comment on cars.] [City official Frans NAUTA - talks about alternatives to cars.] [Economist Herrod FAVER - tells why he doesn't have a car.] Examples given of government incentives and regulations to decrease air pollution. [Du Pont, Netherlands, Hans BOL - says margin for error is small.] Amount of money the Dutch plan to spend in 20 years to clean up their environment cited.

Reporter(s):
Fenton, Tom;
Smith, Harry
Duration:
00:04:00

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