The World's Jason Margolis reports on a group of people we haven't heard from in a while: global warming skeptics; they believe climate change isn't real and that governments shouldn't regulate greenhouse gases.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks to one who isn't skeptical at all about climate change; Lester Brown is president of the Earth Policy Institute and the author of "Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization
The BBC's John Leyne spoke to Iranian citizens on the streets of Tehran to hear what they have to say about their country's nuclear stand-off with the West; Iran is once again under pressure from the United States over nuclear issues.
The leading candidates for president are all counting on clean energy to create new jobs. But will those political promises come to pass? Living on Earth's Jeff Young says the election year battleground state of Ohio could offer some answers.
Creating green jobs in the next decade will spur the American economy towards future growth. That's according to Dr. Joseph Stiglitz, a 2001 Nobel Prize winner and economics professor at Columbia University, who talked with host Steve Curwood.
Wine producers say global warming could spell disaster for the future of wine, and they say rising temperatures could have a negative impact on their grapes, perhaps causing the subtle distinctions among wines to disappear