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Nightline #647294

ABC Special for Monday, Jun 01, 1992

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  • Live discussion with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), White House environment adviser Bob Grady, and Conservation International President Russell Mittermeier re: the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro and ecological destruction in Madagascar.
  • Taped segment with Don Kladstrup (ABC), Mittermeier, biologist Roderic Mast, Dr. Nat Quansah of the World Wide Fund for Nature, Patrick Daniels of Conservation International, Dr. Sheila O'Connor of the World Wildlife Fund, zoologist Alison Jolly, Madagascar Prime Minister Guy Razanamasy, and unidentified others.

  • Reporter(s):
    Sawyer, Forrest (ABC);
    Kladstrup, Don (ABC)

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