The sun and wind can power your portable gadgets and keep you connected. Host Bruce Gellerman talks with designer Arthur Huang about his creation, the HYmini-- a solar panel and windmill that fit in your pocket.
Many poor families in the Philippines rely heavily on US dollars sent home by Filipinos working overseas, and Orlando De Guzman reports from Manila on how the dollar's falling value against the Philippine peso is affecting their budgets.
Ursula Lindsey reports from Cairo on Egypt's bread crisis: the price of a loaf of bread is rising, while Egyptians' salaries stay the same and the result is huge lines outside Egypt's government-subsidized bakeries\
A Whole Foods store in Connecticut is the first supermarket in the country to get all its power from a stationary fuel cell. Host Bruce Gellerman talks with Bob Remick, director of the National Renewable Energy Lab, about how fuels cells work and the promise of fuel cell technology.
Housing prices have skyrocketed in South Korea in the past five years which is good news for sellers, but bad news for young Koreans trying to buy their first home, as Jason Strother reports from the capital Seoul.
U.S. carmaker Ford wants to sell luxury brands Jaguar and Land Rover, and today Indian company Tata agreed to buy them; Anchor Marco Werman gets reaction to the deal from reporter Tinku Ray in New Delhi.