Climate change will alter how water flows and runs in our societies. This documentary shows the impacts of too much water in some areas and too little in others.
The Future of Water
The documentary was shown on the Norwegian television channel TV2 in October and November 2007 and during the Easter holidays in 2008.
Climatic changes materialize in how water flows and runs in our societies. The changes are so severe and rapid that politicians are faced with challenges with totally new dimensions. How are societies dealing with these challenges? What has to be changed?
These questions are raised in "The Future of Water". Interviews with leading politicians, common people and experts are combined with images from various societies facing a multitude of challenges concerning water.
With footage from 25 countries the documentary presents an original and comprehensive narrative of the challenges we will face in relation with this most precious resource. Interviews with leading politicians, common people and experts are combined with images and stories from various societies.
The production is based on scientific material, and it is outlining a complex subject in a comprehensive and accessible way. No subject is more global than water, and "A Journey in the Future of Water" is produced for a global audience.
In March 2005 the United Nations launched its "Water for life" decade.
The world leaders declared that water is of paramount importance to development and survival of the societies. "The Future of Water" deals with one of the most important topics on the international agenda and is becoming more central day by day.Read more at Panopticon.no