participants this week include:
Robin D. Moore
Specialist Group for Conservation International
and renowned ethologist
of the Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment. Advisor
to World Bank, Smithsonian, WWF
Director of the Sierra Club
activist, advocate, Founder: The Rewilding Institute
Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography / Member of the
Pew Commission on the Oceans
of "Serve God, Save the Planet" and leading spokesman for the
Creation Care Movement
Weekly Earth Summit opens each show.
In 15 minutes, you will
receive your own briefing on the state of the ark as interpreted by some
of the pre-eminent scholars, scientists, authors, activists and
sure to listen each week, and spread the word.
. . then . . .
Bird maintains its elusiveness.
two long seasons of field study,
called a wrap to this year's work. He reports on his scientific
effort to locate the bird that many thought had been extinct for
over 40 years.
Ivory-billed woodpecker is a most elusive and magnificent bird.
we talk with Dr. Hill's graduate student,
just completed his second long stretch camping and searching for
the Ivory-billed. He provides a wonderful insight on what is
involved in doing long-term field research, reveals many of the
techniques used, and where he plans to go next on this journey.
us for a timely and insightful journey into the heart of this
significant research project.