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Survivors still await more aid

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Nick Davis, about conditions in Cite Soleil, a slum on the outskirts of Haiti's capital Port au Prince. Many earthquake survivors there still don't have the food or medical attention they need.

Global Politics

Haiti's logistical nightmare

Relief workers, doctors and military troops continue to work hard to help earthquake survivors in Haiti. There are reports of hospitals and clinics running out of medicine. Marco Werman speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Christopher Rhoads.

Global Politics

Haiti update

It's been three weeks since the earthquake struck Haiti and residents there are still struggling to find food and shelter. Some aid distribution problems in Haiti have eased. The BBC's Nick Davis gives us an update from the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.

Arts, Culture & Media

Sydney's new water factory

Starting this winter, residents of Sydney, Australia are getting some of their drinking water from a brand new desalination plant. The plant was built after years of erratic rainfall. Phil Mercer reports from Sydney.

Environment

Haiti's sanitation problem after the quake

As many Haitians settle in tent cities, water has become a critical issue. Aid organizations and the Haitian government were quick to establish a water supply, but as Sabri Ben-Achour reports from Port-au-Prince, sanitation is quite another matter.

Health & Medicine

China's dirty water problem

Host Marco Werman speaks with Dr. Peter Gleick about China's massive water pollution problems. The Chinese government reported this week that levels of common water pollutants were twice as high as they had previously thought.

Global Politics

Saving a river along the US-Mexico border

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.