Water video madness

As Not Seen on TV: The Water Channel

As Not Seen on TV: The Water Channel

From Abigail Brown’s blog via Alternet, we give you The Water Channel, which boasts 200+ and counting films about water from around the globe. Says Abby:

Already today, I have been able to visit people and places in Yemen, India, Mexico, Niger, and Kenya to learn more about local and global water issues. How, you may ask? Easy, I reply — The Water Channel.

Easy, and fun! Well, as much fun as learning about global water problems and local solutions can be. We’ll let Abby bore you with the details about the Water Channel’s founders and mission. Do visit Abigail’s essential blog, Water for the Ages. And it’s difficult to exaggerate the importance of Alternet’s water coverage. So, because I’m late for work, I won’t try to exaggerate, I’ll just urge you to check it out for yourself.

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