The World Without Carnivores, Healthier FoodShare Benefits?, Google Glass

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Veronica Rueckert and Rob Ferrett explore what the world might look like without carnivores and hear two sides of a debate over whether FoodShare benefits should require recipients to buy healthier food. Then they follow one man’s experience using Google Glass for a year.

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    A new study shows that large carnivores in the wild are becoming scarcer…and that could have serious implications for the world’s ecosystems. A biologist and author of the study explains what’s going on.

  • Should FoodShare Benefits Require Recipients To Buy Healthier Food?

    State Representative Dean Kaufert of Neenah has authored a bill that would require FoodShare recipients to spend two-thirds of the benefit on healthier foods. It was passed by the assembly in 2013 and was discussed at a Senate public hearing on Tuesday. Rep. Kaufert and a representative of the Hunger Task Force weigh in on whether the potential effects of the measure.

  • A Year With Google Glass

    Our guest technology expert talks about his year wearing google glass.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Veronica Rueckert Host
  • Chris Malina Producer
  • Galen Druke Producer
  • William Ripple Guest
  • Dean Kaufert Guest
  • Maureen Fitzgerald Guest
  • Mat Honan Guest
  • Veronica Rueckert Interviewer

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