Living on Earth Broadcast Collection, 1995-2001
The Living on Earth Broadcast Collection includes sound recordings dating from 1995-2001 of the Living on Earth radio program produced by National Public Radio.
Conditions Governing Access
Access to the collection is available. Audiotapes (LOE REC1-172) are accessible under restricted use. Please consult the Archives at 617-496-4958 for detailed information.
Conditions Governing Use
The Living on Earth Broadcast Collection is the physical property of the Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.
Extent6.44 linear feet (8 boxes)
The Living on Earth Broadcast Collection contains sound recordings of the Living on Earth radio program produced by National Public Radio. It has been organized in chronological order. All sound recordings have been described individually in HOLLIS as well.
Living on Earth (LOE) is the weekly environmental news magazine and information program distributed by National Public Radio since April 1991. The recipient of several prestigious awards, LOE is about the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the land on which we live. Its award-winning reporters examine all aspects of the environment by broadcasting news, features, interviews, and commentaries on a broad range of ecological issues that affect our lives: culture, economics, fashion, health, the law, medicine, politics, society, technology, transportation, recreation, and food. The news magazine explores some of the most rapid changes in our environment, and what they mean for this planet's inhabitants.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Living on Earth Broadcast Collection was given to the Archives in multiple accessions by Edward O. Wilson during the period 1997-2001
Accession number: 001.1
Processed by Chris Lubicz-Nawrocki, 2001 Nov-Dec
- Living on Earth Broadcast Collection, 1995-2001: Guide
- Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives. Harvard CollegeLibrary.
- Language of description
- EAD ID
Part of the ESPP Archives Repository
The Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives (ESPPA) has materials in the fields of environment and sustainability science, related public policy, and cultural perspectives on the environment. There is a strong but not exclusive emphasis on international environmental governance, including climate negotiations. The ESPPA is a global center for researchers interested in the history of climate change policy, toxicity and native peoples, and the standout success story of stratospheric ozone diplomacy.
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