Problem with Privatization of Water in the Documentary Blue Gold: World Water Wars by Sam Bozo

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Blue Gold: World Water Wars
I choose to watch the documentary by Sam Bozo “Blue Gold: World Water Wars”. In this movie author presents the problem with privatization of water, the corruption affiliated with water companies and the problems that arise around the world because of water scarcity. We all know that, where there is water, there must be life. Our planet is the only known planet with life and water on it, that is why we look for it in space. The drinking water is only three percent of the world’s water, the rest is the salt water which is not able to drink. In today world pollution is a serious problem that has led to the reduction of water and sky rocket prices of water.
It seems that we still think that we have plenty of water on the ground and it is hard to even imagine that the water would be gone. But the true is that water is becoming scarcer in today world. Our growing demand for water with the lack of enough water or lack of access to safe water should worry all of us. It is not only problem of poorest countries where water will be scarcest soonest, but this is becoming the issue of global scale. In face of climate change, pollution and over-use of water we all need to take actions to protect this very important natural resource, that without it will be no life on earth. In today world clean, safe drinking water is scarce more and more. Nearly 1 billion people in the developing world do not have access to it. Yet, we take it for granted, we waste it, and

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