The last big procedural hurdle to the completion of Keystone XL pipeline was cleared on Monday - when five members of the Nebraska Public Service Commission voted 3 to 2 to approve an amended route through the state.
May Boeve, executive director at the group 350.org
in California tells us what options environmentalists have now.
Also in the programme: what next for Europe's biggest economy? German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she'd rather have new elections than lead a minority government. Stefan Kornelius, author of two biographies and a senior editor at the Suddeutsche Zeitung in Munich says don't bet on her being ousted.
The Saudi Economy Minister Muhammad al-Tuwajiri discusses the crackdown on royal corruption - and its economic impact.
And finally, we hear one company's vision of fuelling London's buses with coffee.
(A TransCanada Keystone Pipeline pump station operates outside Steele City, Nebraska. Credit: REUTERS)