Some say eating insects could save the planet, as we face the potential for global food and protein shortages. It's a common practice in many parts of the world, but what would it take to make bugs more appetizing to the masses here in the U.S.? Does it even make sense to try? A look at the arguments for and against the practice known as entomophagy, and the cultural and environmental issues involved.
Diane talks with EPA Administrator Christie Todd Whitman about environmental issues: the Pentagon’s requests for exemptions from certain environmental laws, new rules for off-road diesel vehicles, the "Clear Skies" initiative, and more. After talking with Ms. Whitman, Diane will be joined by environmental reporter Eric Pianin of the "Washington Post" and Jonathan Adler, columnist for "National Review Online" and Assistant Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
- Jonathan Adler columnist for "National Review Online" and and Asst. Professor of Law at Case Western Universtiy
- Eric Pianin "Washington Post"
- Christine Todd Whitman co-chair, Republican Leadership Council - a group that supports fiscally conservative, socially tolerant candidates; former EPA Administrator (2001-03); former governor of New Jersey (1994-2001)
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