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Changing Currents: Plumbing The Rights Part-1
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Focuses on the issue of water as a common property and a right that is indistinguishable from the right to life. The film documents local communities from India and South Africa striving to maintain this right in the face of official opposition.

Duration: 26 Minutes
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Changing Currents: Plumbing The Rights Part-2
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Is water a gift from God, a human right, or just a resource to be traded like any other? Now the World Health Organisation is using the concept of human rights to help achieve clean water for all and to find remedies for the crisis in governance, which, they argue, denies people their right to life. This film visits communities in Ghana and Bolivia who are now fighting for their rights to water.

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Changing Currents : Tell Tale Signs
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Climate change and its impact on the availability of water is the subject of Tell Tale Signs in Orissa in India and Mozambique in Africa.The film puts forth a strong case for communities and official agencies to work together to adapt to changing climate.

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Changing Currents : Boiling Point
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Conflict on sharing of the waters in the Okavango river system in Africa, the Rio Grande in North America and West Bank in water-starved Middle East. The need of the hour, as hydrologist Peter Ashton points out in the film, is to “balance” all concerns, but is anybody listening?

Duration: 26 Minutes
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Changing Currents : Pumping Pressure
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This film documents the plight of mining affected people in South Africa. Gujarat, India where communities have found new ways to catch rainfall. Water scarcity has forced farmers to innovate.

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Changing Currents: Tunnel Vision
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Dutch filmmaker Joshka Wessels spent two years making Tunnel Vision. Wessels has recorded the revival of a system of underground irrigation in Syria that started to fall into disuse at the time of the Roman occupation. The ‘Qanats’ are a membrane of tunnels starting again to supply water to farmers in this arid country. In the Gulf it’s called the ‘fallaj’. It is believed the Persians invented the system almost three thousand years ago. A case of back to the future?

Duration: 26 Minutes
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Changing Currents: Dam Dam Dam
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Big dams. Love them or hate them, we have to live with them. Environmental campaigners contend that vast schemes such as the Three Gorges in China or Narmada in India are social and environmental catastrophes in the making. But their backers have a different view. Big dams provide non-polluting energy and control flooding. This film presents the case for and against big dams.

Duration: 26 Minutes
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Changing Currents: Land of the Rising Water
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Examines Japan’s success in urban water management to tackle floods and conserve the country’s wetlands. Also offers community initiatives like rainwater harvesting that could show the way.

Duration: 26 Minutes
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Changing Currents: Water on the Brain
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This programme features a cross-section of experts, ministers and the people who live daily with the struggle to find enough clean water to survive during 3rd world water forum in Japan. What are their expectations for the Forum? Will the world emerge with a do-able plan for meeting the water ‘crisis’?

Duration: 26 Minutes
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Changing Currents: Net Profits
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A staggering one third of the world’s protein comes from fish. But 11 of the world’s 15 major fishing grounds are seriously depleted. With no slackening in the pace at which the seas are being over-fished, increasingly inland freshwater fisheries are taking up the slack. This programme looks at measures underway to sustain the boom in fish farming.

Duration: 26 Minutes
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