CNN Radio announced that it will air a one hour special on Global Warming hosed by CNN technology corresponent Daniel Sieberg. “Feeling the Heat” will air Thursday, August 3rd at 2pm ET…
For the special, Sieberg and CNN Radio talk to lawmakers and scientists most closely affiliated with the often tense debate over global warming. They also speak with actor Ed Begley Jr., an environmental activist and one of the first to use the latest state-of-the-art electronic car, and with How Stuff Works founder Marshall Brain, who reveals what he thinks is the most practical alternative fuel source. Sieberg and CNN Radio then take their interviews directly to ordinary people, including a man who runs his car on vegetable oil, another who uses bio-diesel and another who built a car that gets 100 miles per gallon.
“Debate over global warming and alternative energy sources has become one of the most clouded issues in the United States today both politically and socially,” said Jerry DeMink, vice president of CNN News Services. “Daniel Sieberg has the uncanny ability to make the most confusing topics understandable. With this program, CNN Radio affiliates and their listeners will get a clearer perspective.”
“Feeling the Heat” also will be available on the podcasting page of CNN.com which can be found at http://www.CNN.com/podcasting/. Additionally, CNN Radio programming, including long-form programs, can be heard streamed for the Web on the CNN.com home page.