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- Water | Encyclopedia Britannica
- General Assembly Adopts Resolution Recognizing Access to Clean Water, Sanitation as Human Right | July 28, 2010 - United Nations
- The Human Right to Water: The Importance of Domestic and Productive Water Rights | NCBI - NIH
- Put Water Center Stage, says UN report | SciDevNet
"Unless water occupies a more central role in decisions regarding crises such as climate change and food security, a global water shortage could ensue — leading to political conflict and insecurity, says a new report."
- The Surprisingly Special Properties of Water - 50 minutes - Full Documentary
- The Water Channel
Hi! TheWaterChannel is an open resource with lots of videos related to water.
- 34 Eye-Opening Facts About Water | Treehugger
- The Surprisingly Special Properties of Water - 24:14 - Dr. Gerald Pollack - Full Documentary
- Watch Free Online -- "The Great Culling: Our Water" | 93 minutes - Top Documentary Films
The Great Culling of the human race already has begun. Covertly, insidiously, mercilessly, a global depopulation agenda has been launched. It is being done through chemicals added to our drinking water, food, medicines, and the air we breathe - chemicals that have the known effect of reducing fertility and shortening lifespan.
- Watch Free Online -- "Flow: For Love of Water" | 93 minutes - Top Documentary Films
Irena Salina's award-winning documentary investigation into what experts label the most important political and environmental issue of the 21st Century - The World Water Crisis. Salina builds a case against the growing privatization of the world's dwindling fresh water supply with an unflinching focus on politics, pollution, human rights, and the emergence of a domineering world water cartel.
- 10 Must-see water documentaries that provide insight into the future water crisis | Watercache
- Global Water Supply Drying Up As Population Grows | ThoughtCo
- "Water on the Table" | Wikipedia
Water on the Table is a Canadian documentary film directed, produced and written by filmmaker Liz Marshall. The film explores Canada’s relationship to its freshwater resources and features Canadian activist Maude Barlow in her pursuit to protect water from privatization.
- Preview: Last Call at the Oasis | YouTube
- "Last Call at the Oasis" | 1:27:16 - YouTube
- "Water Wars: When Drought, Flood and Greed Collide" | Trailer - YouTube
- "Water Wars" | Review by Mark Leeper - IMDB
- Top Documentary Films
- "Future Earth 2025: A Future of Water Shortages" | YouTube
Future Earth 2025 takes us on an extraordinary CGI journey into the future offering a vision of what the world might be like if we continue to deplete one of our primary resources – water.
- "Future Earth 2025" | IMDB
Future Earth '2025' & 'Addicted to Power' examine what might happen due to water and energy shortages in the next 2 decades.
- Water Related Documentaries | The Water Project
- "The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict" | 59 minutes - YouTube
Native Coloradan Pete McBride has spent almost two decades studying the world with his camera. His most recent project took over two years documenting his local river — the Colorado. One of the most loved and litigated in the rivers in the world, it ceases to reach to sea. McBride's journey culminated in an acclaimed coffee table book: "The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict", and an award-winning short film, "Chasing Water".
- Water Conservation and Auxiliary Water Topics | The Water Nexus Blog
Note: lawn grass is supposed to go dormant in dry summer weather, and watering it a) wastes a lot of water, b) makes a lot of extra work for the homeowner, and c) wastes energy and causes a lot of pollution due to running the lawnmower all those extra, unnecessary times. Skip the unnecessary water, and you’ll both have a lot more time to enjoy doing other things and create less pollution.
- SDWF: Safe Drinking Water Foundation
Water Fact of the Week (Week of February, 24, 2014):
The World Health Organization (WHO) calls waterborne diseases the world’s greatest killer, estimating they cause 2.2 million deaths each year, more than half of them children. Worldwide, around 1.1 billion people lack access to improved water sources and 2.4 billion have no basic sanitation, WHO says.
More extensive coverage of the TSCA: Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 can be found on Global Digest.
Quote from 'Moms Clean Air Force' Newsletter:
"As Richard Denison, an expert at EDF on chemical policy reform, points out, the latest spill brings "the failures of TSCA into sharp focus. TSCA is our main chemical safety
law--and it has not been updated since 1976. MCHM was allowed onto the market
with no evidence that it is safe.
"Worse, 62,000 chemicals were grandfathered by TSCA in the 70s. We have no information--from industry--about what these chemicals are doing to us. We know next to nothing
about their carcinogenic effect, their mutagenic effects, their teratogenic
effects, leading to congenital malformations, their developmental toxicity.
"But scientists and researchers are discovering a great deal of disturbing evidence that some of these chemicals--things we breathe as well as ingest every day--are harmful to