International climate change negotiators are back at it his week in Durban, South Africa. Negotiators are scrambling to make significant progress in a process that seems to have fallen far behind the urgency of the the problem.
The threat to global tuna stocks increased this year as a result of the civil war in Libya. Fishermen took advantage of the chaos to plunder the spawning grounds of the tuna. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Richard Black.
The IWC is considering a compromise proposal that would allow the killing of a limited number of whales. And the environmental group Greenpeace might support it. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the BBC Environment correspondent Richard Black.