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Katherine was terrified to get water from the polluted river where a snake’s bite almost killed her, but it was her village’s only source of water for bathing and drinking. Learn what finally brought her nightmares to an end.
Post-Election Federal Regs the New Fiscal Cliff?
The only water source for Ramili’s village was not only miles away but often polluted by a nearby cesspool. A pastor encouraged Ramili, a Hindu, to ask God to provide safe drinking water close to her home. What happened next?
Hollywood thinks of itself as the moral beacon for Americans, but a new book out is exposing a long trail of Tinseltown's own hypocrisy.
Author Exposes Hollywood's Biggest Hypocrites
Carbon Regulation a Case of Too Much Government?
The stream by Juventina’s house had become polluted with toilet paper and dead animals. How could she let her children drink the water when she knew it would make them sick?
On Thursday's CBN Newswatch with Lorie Johnson: Lame-Duck Session Over, GOP Looks to 2011; Storm Lashes California, Leaves Polluted Water, and more.
Watch the Dec. 23 edition of CBN News Channel's Morning News with Efrem Graham. Top Stories -- Lame-Duck Session Over, GOP Looks to 2011; Storm Lashes California, Leaves Polluted Water, and more.
While the number of drivers in Beijing continues to gain steam, the city’s traffic has slowed to a halt.
Nearly everyone I’ve talked to says that religion is a positive force in society. Watch the video to hear different views on the role of religion in China.
Judith Shapiro, author of "Mao's War Against Nature," talks to CBN News Reporter Laura Robertson about how China is trying to live green.
CBN News Reporter Laura Robertson is on the streets of Beijing, China, to find out how the locals feel about preserving the environment post-Olympics.
Beijing has made massive strides in cleaning up the city for the Olympics. But China's war with pollution is only just beginning.
Imagine having to fight your way through swarms of wasps in order to get water from a polluted, stagnant pool. That’s what Halima’s village faced...
More people are realizing polluting and wasting less are worthy goals. Paul Strand reports on one man’s quest to go “extreme green”.
Paul Strand reports, there's a family in Kentucky that's proving you can go green and save thousands of dollars.
Calif. Moves to 'Cap & Trade' Air Polluters