For months now, environmental conservationists have been sounding the alarm about an aggressive invader to the Great Lakes ecosystem. Asian carp can grow to huge and dangerous proportions; they eat everything in sight and they've made their way into Chicago's waterways, literally to the door of the Great Lakes. Many fear that if they make it to Lake Michigan, they'll change the Great Lakes irrevocably. Why the big fuss over some fish?
Peter Annin, Author, The Great Lakes Water Wars
Professor Jeffrey Reutter, Director, Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State University
Rick Pluta, Managing Editor and State Capitol Bureau Chief, Michigan Public Radio Network
Sean Logan, Director, Ohio Department of Natural Resources