Documentary: “A World Without Water”

As water becomes more and more scarce, it has offset political problems throughout the globe.

More than a billion people across the globe don’t have access to safe water. Every day 3900 children die as a result of insufficient or unclean water supplies. The situation looks like it is becoming worse as water becomes evermore scarce.

Can you imagine a world with no water?
Can you imagine a world with no water?

Farmers in India are competing with the Coca Cola company for water. Disputes over water have exacerbated conflict in the Middle East (such as the Israel/West Bank situation). Western countries are encouraging global drought by importing fruits and vegetables from regions that have suck their acquifir dry in the process of overfarming. And even here in America, the richest nation of the world, many people have to work or lobby hard to ensure their right to clean water.

“A World Without Water” is a fascinating story about the inevitable truth that world is running out of its most precious resource. First presented by the U.K.’s Channel Four, this timely film tells of the personal tragedies behind the mounting privatization of water supplies.

Watch the complete video here:

Written by Reenita Malhotra


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  1. I would like to know if the video, A WORLD WITHOUT WATER, is available for purchase. I am working on water issues and I would like to show this film in my local community. Thank you.

  2. Greetings from Bangalore film society. We are organising the 6th edition of Voices from the Waters International travelling film festival from August 26th to the 29th at six venues across Bangalore. We would be grateful if you kindly submit the film at our festival. Voices from the Waters is a non profit film festival aimed at building awareness among the public the need to protect our fresh waters for life worlds. Call for entry is on the website and the last date is extended to June 30th.
    Thanks and regards
    Festival director

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