‘Inevitability of ground war’ against ISIS & solving environment crisis (E125)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on how to protect the environment. Stanley Johnson, father to London Mayor Boris and an environmental activist, talks about the success of Europe in pushing through green legislation, and touts nuclear power as a serious alternative. Nafeez Ahmed, author of Zero Point, asks whether the goal of ISIS was to draw the West into airstrikes, and eventually the 'inevitability of ground war'. We look at one of the proposed sites for the UK’s first spaceport, due to lift-off in just four years – Snowdonia, a National Park. And does Khorasan actually exist? Reports emerge of Syrian activists saying they’ve never heard of the group or its leader.

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