The Current for November 15, 2018
Today on The Current:
As wildfires ravage California and the death toll continues to rise, we talk to a forensic anthropologist about the challenges in identifying victims and bringing some sense of closure to their loved ones.
We talk to former U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman about the future of Canada-U.S. relations, and how the renegotiation of NAFTA could have gone a lot smoother.
- Gene drive technology, which can introduce and spread a specific genetic trait through an entire species, is near the point where it leaves the lab and enters the real world. Some experts are calling for a global agreement on how the technology should be deployed, which could make for a showdown between scientists and policy makers at a UN meeting on biodiversity later this week.