Life After Lake in Bolivia Dried Up
When it comes to climate change, experts focus mainly on future events. But higher temperatures already have very noticeable consequences in the Andes Mountains. Harris Whitbeck went to Bolivia to report on how the country's second-largest lake dried up in a blink of an eye affecting thousands of people.
Aquaculture as a Way to Feed the World
As the world population keeps growing, we need to produce more food. Some studies estimate that, by the year 2050, the demand for protein will increase at least 50%. One of the solutions is aquaculture. John Zarrella reports.
Monitoring Dangerous Volcano Activity in Colombia
Almost four decades ago, the eruption of the Nevado del Ruiz in Colombia killed some 25,000 people. Now, the same volcano has triggered alarms after increasing activity. Authorities fear another deadly event can occur, but some locals refuse to evacuate. Michelle Begue has more.
The Behind the Scenes of the Colorful Guatemala Chicken Buses
Famous worldwide for its colorful display, Guatemala’s public intercity buses have a unique personality. They are known as chicken buses for the occasional bird that flies out of a passenger’s basket. They started as yellow school buses in the United States. They were later auctioned and sold to Guatemalan drivers who took them south and repurposed them for a new life on the rural roads of Guatemala.