A conversation with John Hofmeister, President of Houston based Shell Oil Company. || A discussion about Bat populations in the United States with journalist Tina Kelley and Dr. Elizabeth Buckles of Cornell University. On average 90 percent of the hibernating bats in four caves and mines in New York have died since last winter. Researchers have yet to determine whether the bats are being killed by a virus, bacteria, toxin, environmental hazard, metabolic disorder or fungus.
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Charlie Rose - John Hofmeister / Bat populations (March 25, 2008)
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By Patrick J. Madden on March 28, 2008
Mr Hofmeister gave the clearest , most concise and challenging view on the recent and future oil crisis, especially identifying the absence of a national policy and lack of federal leadership as major contributing factors
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