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Business, Economics and Jobs

Environment

China's water battle

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with The World's Mary-Kay Magistad in Beijing about China's water problems: officials have redirected water from several Chinese provinces to the capital, Beijing, to prepare for this summer's Olympics

Business, Economics and Jobs

Paulo Morelli

Director Paulo Morelli talks to Faith about his new film, City of Men, the sequel to City of God, his 2002 Academy Award-nominated film that delved into the culture of Rio De Janiero's sprawling "favela" slums.

Business, Economics and Jobs

Wheat prices soar

Michael Pollan about the worry over world wheat supplies; the price of wheat has soared to record highs recently and meanwhile the World Food Program of the United Nations is warning that expensive wheat could soon force the agency

Conflict & Justice

Sushi strike in Israel

The World's Quil Lawrence tells us why sushi restaurant owners in Israel are planning a strike tomorrow, a move which will certainly attract attention, as sushi is very popular in Israel.

Environment

Fuel from thin air

Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Dr. F. Jeffrey Martin talks with host Steve Curwood about capturing carbon dioxide from the air to make gasoline.

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