Bryan Walsh appears in the following:
Thursday, January 31, 2013
On January 1, California launched its cap and trade program, and it was recently upheld in a court ruling. Time magazine Senior Editor Bryan Walsh discusses the program and why the country's most populous state is tackling climate change.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Environment and energy reporter for Time Magazine Bryan Walsh on the recent agreement among the world's leaders to work toward a climate accord that includes both developed and developing nations.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Time magazine’s Bryan Walsh discusses farmed fish. Fish are the last wild food, but our oceans are being picked clean. His article “The End of the Line” investigates whether farming fish can take the place of catching them.
Friday, April 15, 2011
Bryan Walsh, environment and energy reporter for Time and the man behind the Ecocentric blog, to discuss recent natural gas news, from a report about its true carbon impact, T. Boone Pickens investing heavily, and fracking concerns.
Thursday, December 02, 2010
On Tuesday, the Senate passed a bill that would overhaul the nation’s food safety system. On this week’s Backstory, Time staff writer Bryan Walsh explains what’s in the Food Safety and Modernization Act, how it aims to improve food safety and minimize recalls, and how it compares to food safety systems in other countries.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
The Food and Drug Administration recently called for limiting the overuse of antibiotics in farm animals, over concerns that the practice is leading to the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Time magazine staff writer Bryan Walsh and Maryn McKenna, author of Superbug: The Fatal Menace of MRSA, discuss the practice of putting antibiotics in animal feed, the public-health problems it poses, and the challenges the FDA faces in issuing stricter policies for reducing the practice.
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
As the UN Climate Change conference enters its second day in Copenhagen, Time
staff writer Bryan Walsh
describes what we can expect over the next two weeks, what the 15,000 delegates are talking about, and whether yesterday’s announcement that the EPA has determined that greenhouse gasses must be regulated will ...
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
The state of Utah is experimenting with a four-day workweek and, guess what? It’s working. Bryan Walsh
explains why. Plus, the Lifehacking
series continues with tips on how to collaborate with others efficiently; why (most) humans aren’t as fast as animals; and analysis of the first mayoral debate.