Environment

The BP Oil Disaster: One Year Later

April 19, 2011

The B.P. oil disaster one year later: The current environmental and economic health of the Gulf region, plus what has changed for the offshore oil drilling industry.

Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

April 15, 2011

France and Britain criticize the roles of NATO and the U.S. in Libya. Egypt detains former President Mubarak. And Japan says its nuclear crisis is on par with Chernobyl.

Environmental Outlook: "Born to be Wild"

Environmental Outlook: "Born to be Wild"

April 5, 2011

The Environmental Outlook Series: The work of two women who raise orphaned elephants and orangutans – then return them to the wild. Saving endangered species one animal at a time.

Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

April 1, 2011

The U.S. sends CIA operatives into Libya for intelligence gathering. Syria's president blames unrest on foreign plots. And high radiation levels are found in seawater near Japanese nuclear plants.

Nuclear Contamination in Japan

March 29, 2011

High levels of radioactivity in water in and around one of Japan's damaged reactors complicate ongoing clean-up efforts. Diane and a panel of experts provide an update on the nuclear contamination crisis and implications for the industry worldwide.

America's Shrinking Cities

March 28, 2011

New census results show Detroit has lost twenty-five percent of its population over the last decade. It's one of many cities adjusting to fewer residents. Diane and her guests discuss the reasons for the loss in population and the...

The Nation's Crumbling Infrastructure

March 22, 2011

The crisis in Japan has prompted new questions about infrastructure risks in the U-S. Details of a bipartisan proposal to use both private and public funds for this country’s crumbling dams, weakening bridges and failing water systems.

Friday News Roundup - Hour 2

March 18, 2011

Japan tries to cool nuclear reactors as concerns about radiation increase. Libyan forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi make gains in retaking rebel territory. And Bahrain declares a state of emergency in a widening crackdown on protesters. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.

Japan's Nuclear Crisis and Its Impact on the Nuclear Industry

March 17, 2011

Japan's crisis prompts new questions about the safety of nuclear power. An update on efforts to contain the risks in Japan and how the disaster could affect the nuclear power industry worldwide.

Challenges for Japan

March 14, 2011

Japan's Prime Minister says his country is facing its most difficult challenge since World War II. Concerns are growing over a potential nuclear power crisis and the impact on an already struggling economy. Diane and her guests discuss...

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