New data show that areas of protected lands also tend to have the highest rates fo biodiversity. We talk about why biodiversity matters and hear what areas of Wisconsin are most in danger of losing their variety of plant and animal life. We also talk with a guest who says despite plenty of challenges, the U.S. remains strong and prosperous in a lot of ways.
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How land protections and biodiversity overlap
The parts of the U.S. most at risk of losing plant and animal species are also the least protected. We take a look at the perils of biodiversity loss and efforts to stop it.
The argument American prosperity is alive and well
Our guest believes there are multiple reasons to still be optimistic about both the global strength of the United States and its domestic prosperity.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Tyler Ditter Technical Director
- Colleen Leahy Producer
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Lisa Naughton Guest
- Bob Boucher Guest
- Mark Copelovitch Guest
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