For this month's Environmental Outlook, new reasons to get kids outdoors and what it means for protecting the environment.
Protests were held worldwide last weekend against a U.S. led strike in Iraq. The Bush administration is reportedly considering two more weeks of diplomatic pressure before deciding whether to attack. Diane and her guests look at the latest in U.S. strategy and reactions abroad.
- Sir Christopher Meyer British Ambassador to the U.S.
- Tom Buhrow bureau chief, German Television ARD
- Jacqueline Grapin president, European Institute in Washington
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