May 31, 200720  

Rachel Carson at 100

meets her arch nemesis Senator Tom Coburn (Oklahoma Republican)

Golden Gate Bridge ~ So just where are Delta and Dawn? We get an update from on-site.

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 Segment 1




Weekly Earth Summit  participants this week include:

  • Dr. Marc Bekoff

    author and renowned ethologist

  • Ben Lowe: Wheaton College

  • Dr. Robin D. Moore

    Amphibian Specialist Group for Conservation International

  • Dr. Thomas Lovejoy

    Director of the Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment. Advisor to World Bank, Smithsonian, WWF

  • Dr. Charles Kennel

    Former Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography / Member of the Pew Commission on the Oceans

  • Dave Foreman

    author, activist, advocate, Founder: The Rewilding Institute

  • Dr. Matthew Sleeth

    Author of "Serve God, Save the Planet" and leading spokesman for the Creation Care Movement

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  Segment 2

. . . . then . . . 

Rich Pedroncelli / AP Associated Press

Interested spectators watch for signs of Delta and Dawn

Special double update on whales making news

Delta and Dawn: Home Free?

Bernadette Fees

California Game and Fish Administration

Bernadette has been on site following the fate of Delta and Dawn and updates us on the story of the wayward whales which swam up the Sacramento River weeks ago, and as of last week were stuck above the Rio Vista Bridge. Where are they now.

Report from the IWC 59

International Whaling Commision

Anchorage, Alaska

Steve McDonald

Assistant News Director

KTUU Channel 2 News

A very contentious meeting is underway as the world grapples with the future of whales. We get a report from Steve McDonald who is attending the conference. He talks about Japan's ongoing struggle to keep their whaling legacy alive with some new maneuvers that . . . . well you'll just have to listen to know.