What are some of the actions individuals and groups are taking?
This question is particularly important because it places a responsibility on all of us to do something concrete about the situation. More than just watching how much water we use and not letting water run when we’re not using it, please think of how people have resisted in a positive way privatization, lack of water in developing countries, big business take-over. Please go over all the examples in the movie, especially the story of Ryan’s Well. What groups are taking matters into their hands? What communities are organizing to stop the crisis of water quality and supply? What ideas have worked the best? Is direct action such as what took place in Cochabamba, Bolivia effective? Do you have any other experience or ideas to sh
5. How does all of this impact u
Even in the United States there are great differences in the quality and availability of water. Look into the situation in Flint, Michigan which remains unresolved in spite of the publicity given the horrible discovery of high levels of lead in the water supply several years ago. Is it only a matter of time until even those with lots of water will be affected? Is it a moral and ethical problem as well as political and economic? Has this movie made you more aware of the crisis? Do you believe it is a crisis?s?are?