Stephen Nash Interview – Podcast April 30, 2018

The conflict between the preservation of public lands and those who wish to exploit them. Democratic Perspective co-hosts, Steve Williamson and Mike Cosentino, welcome Stephen Nash, a writer and scientist who teaches journalism and environmental studies at the University of Richmond. Nash has reported on science and the environment for national publications. His latest book is Grand Canyon For Sale — Public Lands versus Private Interests in the Era of Climate Change. In a wide-ranging discussion covering subjects ranging from helicopter traffic and mining to cattle grazing and water, he addresses the problems facing our National Parks and public lands.

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