sustainability

Conflict & Justice

Where are the bears?

Conservationists are worried that Canada's Great Bear Rainforest may soon be a misnomer. Anchor Katy Clark speaks wtih Ian McCallister, director of the conservation group �Pacific Wild.�

Conflict & Justice

Danish climate minister speaks out

The Copenhagen conference is supposed to produce a new treaty to address the rising threats from global climate change. Marco Werman speaks with Connie Hedegaard, the Danish Minister for Climate and Energy, who will be chairing the conference next month.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

Speyside is the answer to our Geo Quiz. Scientists in Scotland say they've created a new bio-fuel made from the by-products of whiskey. Professor Martin Tangeny is at Edinburgh Napier University. He speaks to anchor Katy Clark about his team's creation.

Science, Tech & Environment

In Ecuador, striking it rich by keeping oil in the ground

Iin the 1970s and ‘80s, the oil company Texaco dumped billions of gallons of waste from its operations in the Ecuadoran Amazon into the forest. While the pollution remains the subject of a long-running lawsuit, the Ecuadoran government seems to be taking a lesson from the disaster. It says it may put several major Amazon oil deposits off limits to drilling if other countries help cover at least some of the lost revenue, in a deal that would also protect one of the richest ecosystems on Earth.