Ken Dufalla keeps an eye on the rivers and streams in Green County, Pa. He and other trained citizens watch for fish kills and chemicals in the water from coal and fracking sites, and they have identified contamination. He works with the Izaak Walton League.
"11:11" by Rodrigo y Gabriela; "Bird on a Wire" by Katey Sagal & the Forest Rangers
Hugo Jabini is a recipient of the 2009 Goldman Environmental Prize. Hugo's story begins thirteen years ago, when Chinese logging companies moved into the rainforests of Suriname, on the northern coast of South America. The loggers had the blessing of the government, but no one had checked with the people who lived in those forests. Also in the show: How to stop a growing landfill.
For the last 20 years, Lisa Curran has been living and working in the forests of Indonesia to help locals learn how to preserve what rightfully belongs to them. Her work recently won her a prestigious MacArthur Foundation fellowship of $500,000. Also in this episode, Val Johnson of Chicago.
Malcolm Brady, former assistant director of the ATF, tells host Dick Gordon about the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, and how they dug into the rubble to get the frame of the van that carried the explosives - and identify who put it there.