We discuss the latest in the ongoing Greek debt crisis. Climate change threatens life in Pukapuka, we meet a filmmaker that hopes to preserve the culture of the Cook Island atoll. And, the theory of the next mass extinction.
This weekend caps a month of Pride-related celebrations. The annual Pride Parade brings together the LGBT community, allies, politicians, and partiers and revelers to N. Halsted St., in the Heart of Boystown. But how is Pride celebrated on S. Halsted and other parts of the city’s South Side? An event aims to create a safe and comfortable space in the Hyde Park to dance, congregate and share stories. Slo ‘Mo dance party is that place. We talk with co-founders. Also, we take a deeper look at The Pope's encyclical.
The White House has faced criticism regarding some of the proposals it has put in place to battle climate change. On the eve of the Paris Climate Talks, we discuss how realistic and effective the proposals have been. We also talk about the crisis in Yemen and Catalina Maria Johnson shares some interesting bands from the Babel Med Festival on Global Notes.
The second round of climate talks are wrapping up in Lima, Peru. We talk to Jack Cushman of Inside Climate News about what still needs to be accomplished before the final round of talks in Paris next year.
Journalist, activist and author, Naomi Klein, says climate change could be an opportunity to demand a better world. We talk to her about her new book, 'This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. the Climate.'