Water : Films
There are 4 documents in this section.
18 August 2004
Water is the driver of life, it's a resource, which binds or divides us, and it's a resource where cultural boundaries are broken. In light of this, the Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment has produced a compilation of 28 films on best practices from across the world to find a solution to the global 'water crisis'.
9 December 2003
Changing Currents is a special edition of the Earth Report series, produced in the run-up to the 2003 3rd World Water Forum, on the world water crisis and how people around the world are rising to the challenge.
18 January 2001
Since the end of the Gulf War in 1991, Iraq has been ruthlessly destroying one of the oldest civilisations on earth and their ecologically unique homeland.
18 January 2001
"Man must harness nature in order to create a better life for himself. The Narmada Sardar dam is the new temple of modern India," booms a 1971 Indian government propaganda film, A Village Smiles. But the Adivasi, original inhabitants of the area under threat of submergence by this massive dam project, are not smiling.
- Goodbye to Planet 21
- Voices from Planet 21
- Water scarcity in the tropical Andes
- COMMENTARY: Dams: does the World Bank really care?
- LETTER FROM INDIA
- UN drinking water target met - but sanitation still falls short
- Think dams, think people
- COMMENTARY: Urban India is drowning in its own waste
- Water scarcity affects 2.7 billion: new report
- Make or break time for Mekong
- Photographs reveal Himalayan melt
- LETTER FROM INDIA:
A monsoon warning
- When the Nile runs dry
- Water will be the Arab world's next battleground
- Win-win solutions from a new Green Revolution