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Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

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April 20th 2011: Saving Amazon Rainforests with Olivia Newton John and Amazon John Easterling; Washasha X Sings Ras Mangrove

Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk with Rob Moir on what we each can do for a greener planet and about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why the rainforest is so important. Amazon John explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com). This indigenous fruit is harvested from shallow boats and is a source of income for local peoples. In the 2nd half, Rob talks with Bert Lettsome, a.k.a. 'Washasha X', Chief Conservation Officer of the British Virgin Islands and the work of the Virgin Island Environmental

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Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why this rainforest is so important for the planet. Amazon John has spent over 30 years there. He explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com).
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Amazon John Easterling

Olivia Newton-John and her husband Amazon John Easterling talk about their work to save the Amazon Rainforest. Olivia tells why this rainforest is so important for the planet. Amazon John has spent over 30 years there. He explains the remarkable health-giving properties of the Camu-camu fruit (www.DrinkCamu.com).
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Bert 'Washasha X' Lettsome

Bert Lettsome, Reggae artist a.k.a. 'Washasha X', is Chief Conservation Officer of the British Virgin Islands. He advised formation of the Virgin Island Environmental Council. Talking with Rob in Road Town, Bert describes why nature in the British Virgin Island is more diverse than anywhere else in the Caribbean.
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