Host Dick Gordon speaks with Sue Gardner, director of the Wikimedia Foundation, about how she got to her job, and how the organization is working to bring more female editors to the site.
Producer Phoebe Judge talks to Claudine Andre of the Democratic Republic of Congo, who helped establish a sanctuary for bonobos.
We hear from Elaine Parker, who worked at McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica when she got stuck in an ice storm.
We hear from Sally Silverstone who was part of an eight member team that sealed themselves into a glass structure in Arizona called the Biosphere and did not leave for two years.
Dick speaks with scientist John Priscu about Russian researchers finding water as they dug into miles of ice in Antarctica.
There's a project underway to identify a type of American Elm that's resistant to Dutch Elm disease. The U.S. Department of Agriculture is asking people across the country to help them identify healthy trees.
Canada’s most northern research station, called the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory, is ceasing year-round operation next month.
Dave Goulson, a bee biologist at Scotland’s University of Stirling, recently wrote a study in the journal Science linking a controversial pesticide to the decline in bumble bee population.
The former mayor of Carlsbad, N.M., on his region’s enthusiasm for storing nuclear waste.
Entomologist John Hafernik tells guest host Sean Cole about the butterflies and the bees, including a bee that was named after him.
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