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A market for counteracting pollution

Sam Eaton | Jul 4, 2006
Every time you get in the car you're spewing a teeny bit of pollution into the atmosphere. But some ordinary people have come up with an innovative system to help neutralize our polluting ways. Sam Eaton explains.

My pal, the telemarketer

| Jul 4, 2006
No one likes a telemarketer. Or do they? When commentator and journalist Kevin Krolicky received an unsolicited sales call one night, the conversation went down an unexpected path.

Quest for the Holy Grail of coffee cups

Sarah Gardner | Jul 4, 2006
Every week 30 million-plus people grab coffee at Starbucks. That's a lot of cups. This spring, the company introduced a cup made with 10% post-consumer recycled fiber, the first of its kind. Sarah Gardner tells the tale.

Now showing: Ads galore

Lisa Napoli | Jul 4, 2006
Seems there's nowhere that's safe from ads anymore, certainly not the movie theater. In fact, the fastest-growing advertising medium is one you watch with a tub of popcorn in your lap. Lisa Napoli reports.

Africa's new Hollywood

| Jul 4, 2006
There's an ancient city in the Moroccan Sahara full of stars — the Tinseltown variety. Gladiator and Alexander were shot there, and Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Russell Crowe can't get enough of Ouarzazate. John Laurenson reports.
Posted In: Canada

Fill'er up with biodiesel

Tess Vigeland | Jul 4, 2006
Tess Vigeland reports on the growing number of motorists opting for biodiesel to fill their tanks.

Who Needs Sleep?

Lisa Napoli | Jul 4, 2006
Lisa Napoli takes a look at one of the biggest occupational hazards in the film industry: lack of sleep.

Nissan, Renault to court GM

Stacey Vanek Smith | Jul 4, 2006
The boards of automakers Nissan and Renault yesterday approved talks with GM to create an alliance that would provide nearly one-quarter of all cars sold in the world. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.

Still too close to call in Mexico

Dan Grech | Jul 4, 2006
Felipe Calderon appears to be the winner of Mexico's presidential election, but the country may be on the verge of political and possibly economic paralysis. Dan Grech reports.
Posted In: Canada

Hot dogs and politics

Scott Tong | Jul 4, 2006
Lawmakers return to their districts this holiday week to meet and mingle with constituents. But the official Democratic and Republican talking points may not gibe with voters' economic concerns. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Washington