A bi-monthly magazine covering the environmental protection and drinking water industry since 1988
November 2005 Edition

Wacky, scare and breakthrough – a costly media trio
Eons ago, on a second trip to Australia, I witnessed an astounding interview take place when a reporter confronted an eminent scientist. Ambush might be a better word. Some of the top environmental scientists on the Planet had gathered in the Sydney Opera House to present and debate their learned findings among their global peers. One scientist had noted that the water quality of Sydney Harbour had improved over the years. “So much so”, he quipped, “even the sharks have come back.”
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