Flow: For the Love of Water � informative look at the war between public health and private water interests
Water: The Great Mystery � Explores the inspiration and miracle of water around the world.
Blue Gold: World Water Wars � Looks at the current disputes and competition between private interests, corporations and governments over water
2008 Global Conference: Water: The Global Battle for The World�s Most Precious Resource � panel explores sustainability solutions focusing on the growing need for water, particularly in terms of population growth and other future indicators
Earth Aid: Water Conservation - The amount of water on Earth available for use remains the same even as the amount of people on the planet continues to grow, a problem with the increase of pollution and other contaminants
Panihari: The Water Women of India � explores the complexity of life for women who are water gatherers in India
Standard Deviants: Human Nutrition: Water � middle and high-school appropriate video about the nutrition qualities of water
Modern Marvels: Water � gauging use of technology for increasing water.
Battle for the Klamath � struggle over water and salmon in the western U.S.
Clean Water: Common Ground � about our everyday contribution to pollution
Science World: Water Harvesting, 1979 � a historical look at increasing water in the western U.S.
Classic Pollution Films: 1930s-1970s � a compilation of short films on various types of environmental pollution, including water.
Conservation: Water, Water � explores historical and future implications of water scarcity
Running Dry � looks at current water crisis in Kenya
Standard Deviants: Geology: Water in Geology � looks at rivers, fresh water and role of water on a middle and high school level
Drowned Out � documents struggle to save native land in India
Planet Earth: Blue Planet: Seas of Life � evolution of world�s oceans, food chains, underwater images of seas and creatures
Renovation Nation: Learn How to Save Water, Save Money � sustainable �green� solutions for buildings and homes
Planet Earth: From Pole to Pole, Mountains & Fresh Water � a look at the water cycle and where fresh water comes from
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