Patagonia - Environmental Protection versus Clean Energy - American conservationist Kristine Tompkins and her husband Douglas have bought 263,000 hectares of land from Argentinian farmers in order to create a national park. But Chile's energy sector wants to produce hydroelectricity on the same land. A consortium plans to build five dams and flood large areas of land to produce hydroelectric power. Kris and Doug Tompkins are battling against Chilean politicians and ranchers. In the past 20 years, the couple has created a total of 11 nature preserves in South America for about 250 million dollars. Selfless commitment or checkbook tourism? In the Nets of the Buccaneers - Trawlers off Africa's coasts - For centuries, fishermen on the coasts of west Africa have been putting out to sea in their small boats. But now the ocean doesn't provide enough for them to feed their families, because it's being overfished by high-tech European fishing fleets. For the million and a half small-scale fishermen living on the coast of west Africa there is precious little left. The European Union has bought up the Mauritanian government's fishing rights for just under 140 million euros a year. Vessels from Europe - subsidized by the EU - are seriously depleting fish stocks in the waters off Africa. CLIMATE: Greywater Recycling in Jordan - High water consumption where water is extremely scarce - Jordan's tourism industry is in a quandary. It's hoped a new facility for recycling greywater will help. In the Dead Sea Spa Hotel, water filters were recently installed, and since then a third of the valuable drinking water can be recycled as water for washing and flushing toilets. Projects like this are extremely important, because tourism is growing and water shortages loom. According to predictions, Jordanians themselves and tourists visiting the country will use about 513 million cubic meters of water in the year 2020. Added to that are the needs of the refugees flooding in from neighboring Syria. The Global 3000 Questionnaire: Tong Musheng, Farmer from China - 62-year-old Tong Musheng comes from Hebei Province in northern China. She's a farmer and a representative in the National People's Congress. The most important things to her are her grandchildren's education and her plot of land. Her greatest dream is to see the ocean someday She says she still doesn't know what globalization means to her.