WATER WARS: WHEN DROUGHT, FLOOD AND GREED COLLIDE – Retroview by Jennifer Merin
The United Nations may have declared access to fresh water to be a universal human right, but the sustaining the supply of fresh water is a global crisis. As stated in Water Wars, an estimated 35,000 people die daily from water related causes.
By presenting an overview of recent flooding, drought, and other water-related disasters in Bangladesh, India and New Orleans, director Jim Burrough’s Water Wars: When Drought, Flood and Greed Collide presents a prescient look into the future of fresh water access and control, which many believe will be the cause for World War III. Continue reading on CINEMA CITIZEN