Water, Water: Water, Water: The Water Apocalypse – Part 1 Video
Water, Water: The Water Apocalypse – Part 1

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Water, Water: Water, Water: The Water Apocalypse – Part 1 (2004)

Episode 1
Only available in United States
(45:06)
3.5

Water is our most precious resource; without it, nothing can survive. Climate, overpopulation and mismanagement are causing both the quantity and quality of water to change. The Water Apocalypse looks at the resource itself – how much there is, how much is available for human use, where it is, and some of its unique properties, for water is like no other substance.

In 1990, more than a billion people did not have enough water to meet their basic needs, and that number is only expected to climb. Award-winning author and journalist Marq de Villiers hosts this important series.

Marq de Villiers
Guo Fangfang
English

Episodes

Water, Water: The Water Apocalypse – Part 1 Video
3.5
Episode 1 Water, Water: The Water Apocalypse – Part 1
Water, Water: The Water Apocalypse – Part 1 (2004)
Episode 1
, 45 minutes
Without water, nothing on earth can survive. Yet this resource, essential to all life, is under increasing pressure and multiple attacks.
Only available in United States
Water, Water: Man vs. Water – Part 2 Video
4
Episode 2 Water, Water: Man vs. Water – Part 2
Water, Water: Man vs. Water – Part 2 (2004)
Episode 2
, 45 minutes
A drama is being played out between man and water. We have insisted that water go where we want it to, when we want it. Yet water has fought back, sometimes ferociously and often with success.
Only available in United States
Water, Water: Watering the Future – Part 3 Video
5
Episode 3 Water, Water: Watering the Future – Part 3
Water, Water: Watering the Future – Part 3 (2004)
Episode 3
, 45 minutes
Water, our most precious resource, the elixir of life, is in danger. The resource is finite – we cannot make new water.
Only available in United States

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healthyveganjohnny, posted on December 31, 2011

We need to learn about and share the water we have. THIS DOCUMENTARY IS A WAKE UP CALL.

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