A water pump built into a children's merry-go-round. The idea was simple: It was meant to provide clean water for thousands of African villages. Philanthropists loved it. Until it fell apart. Amy Costello's gives us an update on today's show.
Climate change and rising sea levels are a growing threats to Egypt's fertile Nile delta. Some Egyptians are pushing for drastic action to protect the delta but the government doesn't seem interested. Correspondent Ursula Lindsay reports from Alexandria.
In Germany, public opinion runs strongly against genetically engineered crops. Scientists who work in the field endure protests and occasional threats. So why stay in Germany? The German government provides generous research funding. David Hecht reports.
A decade after the first violent clashes that forced thousands of Zimbabwe's white farmers out of the country, some of them are quietly returning to farm again, attracting controversy from whites and blacks alike. Laura Lynch reports.
Cacao plantations have been a mainstay for farmers in the Mexican state of Chiapas. But farmers have started to abandon these crops for the more lucrative sugar cane and oil palm plants. Murray Carpenter reports.
Italy is facing a new invader ? this one of the insect variety. The red palm weevil from North Africa is munching Rome's famous palm trees and is threatening to change the country's landscape. Megan Williams reports from Rome.
The answer to today's Geo Quiz is the Venezuelan state of Merida. The state is home to a breed of dog called the Mucuchíes. Anchor Marco Werman has details on a dog breeding project in Venezuela that aims to bring back the Mucuchíes.