RT America -- May 05, 2016
If the oceans die, we die – scientist
The oceans that cover the majority of our planet are becoming increasingly acidic, as scientists say oceans are absorbing carbon dioxide at a faster rate than at any time in the past 50 million years. The main cause is fossil fuels and carbon emissions. Acidic oceans means the bottom of the food chain dies off, and die-offs continue up the ladder. For more on this, ‘News With Ed’ is joined by conservation biologist Reese Halter.
Maine Democrats to vote on superdelegate system
Bernie Sanders’ path to the Democratic nomination is narrow. But the very system Sanders wants to change is the same one he needs to clinch the nomination – that of the superdelegate. Maine will vote at the party’s convention on whether or not to keep that system. To talk about this and more, Sanders’ campaign manager Jeff Weaver joins ‘News With Ed’.