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EcoTV - Episode 32



Episode 32 Interview: Sue Quirk from Sustainable Population Australia.
Eco TV news: Tens of thousands of wild animals face annihilation in Zimbabwee; the Arctic ice cap shrinks to the lowest level ever recorded and the first southern hairy-nosed wombat is born at Taronga Zoo in 30 years.

Celebrity: Sir Paul McCartney’s efforts to save Sunder the tortured Indian elephant wins his freedom.

Interview: Jill Quirk about Australia’s population growth policies and whether our current rate of growth is sustainable.

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