February 17th, 2015
Episode 160 of 836 episodes
Europe's ministers give Greece till Friday to accept a bailout extension, or else... With the help of Vicky Pryce, Cebr's chief economic adviser, we consider the latest breakdown in talks and ask how close Greece and the eurozone are to a financial precipice. Also in the programme, we hear about the growing Chinese demand for rhino horn and the increasing incentives this is offering poachers in India's largest game reserve for the one-horned rhino. We have a report from Kaziranga National Park in Assam state. And we speak to the Swiss animal welfare lawyer, Antoine Goetschel, who argues that it's time to formally enshrine animal rights in international law.
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