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Nature May Protect Coast From Nature

  • Aired: 08/28/2013
  • 05:11
  • Rating: NR
As the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy looms, The Nature Conservancy’s chief scientist Peter Kareiva explains how nature can protect us from natural disasters. Pi Roman interviews Kareiva about a new study from The Natural Capital Project that outlines the value of marshes, dunes and much more in protecting millions of coastal residents.
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WLIW 8/28 7:30p, Thirteen 8/29 8:30p, NJTV 8/29 10:30p
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