Colombia, the world's third-leading coffee exporter, is famous for its high-quality, hand-picked beans. But getting a decent cup in Colombia itself is another matter entirely as John Otis reports from Bogot-.
A generation ago, the African nation of Nigeria launched a plan to embrace modern farming. Today the country is more dependent than ever on imported food. To find out what went wrong reporter David Hecht travels to a village he first visited in the 1980s.
President Barack Obama pledged one of the biggest relief efforts in recent U.S. history and said Haiti would ?not be forgotten? in its hour of need. One critical need is clean drinking water, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.
India rejected what would have been their first genetically modified food crop. What does this mean for the future of genetically modified crops? We talk with biologist Lisa Weazel, author of Food Fray: Inside the Controversy of Genetically Modified Food.
Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora are divided by an international border. But they're united by the Santa Cruz river. Now government agencies and citizens groups on both sides are struggling to preserve this precious waterway. Lorne Matalon reports.