Israel Holds Second Elections in Five Months; How Will Climate Change Affect the Great Lakes; Memories of Standing Rock Inform Movement Against Enbridge Line 5

A woman walks by an election campaign billboard for the Likud party that shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and US President Donald Trump, in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sunday, Sept 15, 2019. Hebrew on billboard reads “Netanyahu, in another league.“
A woman walks by an election campaign billboard for the Likud party that shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and US President Donald Trump, in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sunday, Sept 15, 2019. Hebrew on billboard reads "Netanyahu, in another league." Oded Balilty / AP Photo
A woman walks by an election campaign billboard for the Likud party that shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and US President Donald Trump, in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sunday, Sept 15, 2019. Hebrew on billboard reads “Netanyahu, in another league.“
A woman walks by an election campaign billboard for the Likud party that shows Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and US President Donald Trump, in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sunday, Sept 15, 2019. Hebrew on billboard reads "Netanyahu, in another league." Oded Balilty / AP Photo

Israel Holds Second Elections in Five Months; How Will Climate Change Affect the Great Lakes; Memories of Standing Rock Inform Movement Against Enbridge Line 5

On today’s show:

  • Israel is going back to the polls for the second time in five months after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to earn the support of enough parties to form a government.
  • We chat with a scientist about how warming temperatures will affect fish populations in the Great Lakes.
  • The indigenous movement to decommission the Enbridge Line 5 pipeline draws from lessons learned during the Standing Rock protests.