sustainability

Global Politics

Arctic warming

Arctic temperatures in the 1990s reached their warmest level in at least 2,000 years A new study being published in Science Magazine concludes that cooling was reversed because of increased emissions of green house gases. The World's Katy Clark reports.

Conflict & Justice

Blue fin tuna in trouble

Europe has joined the United States in a call to suspend commercial fishing for Atlantic Blue Fin Tuna. Many experts say the Blue Fin is seriously over fished. But as The World's Gerry Hadden reports, opponents have pledged to ignore any ban.

Global Politics

Baboons in the vineyard

South Africa's wine industry has been booming since the end of apartheid also ended sanctions that crippled most vineyards. But now there's a new threat. Wild baboons, it seems, have developed a taste for the grapes. Laura Lynch has the story.

Business, Finance & Economics

Cuban coffee

For the Geo Quiz we're on the island of Cuba, looking for its largest mountain range. It's known for its coffee plantations but these days there isn't enough coffee in Cuba - once a major coffee exporter - to even meet the demands of the local population.