A Saudi Arabian company has leased tens of thousands of acres in Ethiopia to grow rice for export. The Ethiopian government says it will help provide food security for its citizens but some who live in the region say they're not seeing any benefits.
Peru has one of the most varied food cultures in the world. Not long ago, many of the country's indigenous crops were falling out of favor. Reporter Cynthia Graber recently met with two men working to reverse that trend in very different ways.
The threat to global tuna stocks increased this year as a result of the civil war in Libya. Fishermen took advantage of the chaos to plunder the spawning grounds of the tuna. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Richard Black.
To protect endangered populations of fish, scientists are devising new techniques that can identify where a fish was caught. This should enable regulators to make sure fish being sold are from sustainably harvested populations. Ari Daniel Shapiro reports.
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