For the Love of Water

Saturday, May 02, 2009
I highly recommend everyone watch this documentary, FLOW: For the Love of Water, now available on DVD. Borrow, rent or buy a copy today. Most of us take it for granted that we can turn on the tap and have our fill of hot or cold drinkable water. With the increasing privatization and commercialization of fresh drinking water supplies around the world (including here in North America and in Europe), the availability of potable water is an issue that no longer affects just third world countries. Watch it now.

4 comments:

Barbara Bruederlin said...

This looks like something that everybody should watch. Thanks for finding it.

harpervalley said...

good post! nafta puts a real danger on our supply....lucky we have had some good people going to bat for us over it.

hmmm....now i'm thirsty :D

Gardenia said...

It was/is only a matter of time that the super rich would figure out a way to grab the water too! I dread the day this comes about - dread it. A friend asked me what I would do with 10 million dollars last week - I said I would establish a foundation and work on getting potable water to where there is none.

Last time I was in Wyoming - where resources were so plentiful - the waters had dwindled to 1/2 - reservoirs 1/2 down - surrounding states trying to grab what they can....an alarm went off

Right now we have spent lots getting two water filtering systems - one produces lots and lots and lots of antioxidants in the process as well - and I want to acquire some rain barrels....people laugh at me, but I'm studying square foot gardening - and the recycling of body waste into soil nutrients - hey, prepare for the worst, expect the best....

I would liked to have seen that film.....

sp said...

I have to see this film. Thanks for the reminder.

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