Speaker Carl Hodges expounds on the concept of solar oasis to make Phoenix the premier desert city of the 21st century. Second speaker William Brown discusses the use of diesel fuels and their impact on the environment. Third speaker William Chase Jr. examines various water issues, which include ground water management, conservation and demand, waste water resources, etc.
Title on label: Environment and resources.
PRESENTER: Paul Johnson.
CAST: Respondents, George Britton, David Baron.
Recorded at the Phoenix Futures Forum on Oct. 7, 1988.
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