When you think of a nuclear meltdown, a lifeless wasteland likely comes to mind — a barren environment of strewn ashes and desolation.Yet nearly 30 years after the disaster at the nuclear reactor in Chernobyl, in the former Soviet Union, a very different reality has long since taken root.In an
Worldview traveled to India with the India Development Service. This stop in Delhi was a visit to an environmental group that works with rag pickers. Together they’ve made recycling into a profitable proposition. We also talk about the historic deal reached with Iran and the anniversary of the Falkland Islands War.
As the self-imposed deadline is reached, talks between the P5+1 and the Iranian delegation continue. A deal is close to being reached so we opened the line to our listeners to join in the conversation. We also welcomed Cheryl Besenjak from Growing Healthy People to tell us about her organization's mission to train veterans to become farmers.
A historic deal continues to be discussed in Switzerland that could determine the future of a nuclear Iran. We'll discuss what's at stake. We also talk to the co-founder of Engineers Without Borders about the impact his organization is having on the developing world.
The deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran has been extended for seven months. We'll take a look at what the extension could mean with Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council, and Joseph Cirincione, president of Ploughshares Fund.