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June 22, 2009

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Asheigh

Good stuff Carolyn. Keep the documentary recs coming!

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I am in line to receive this from the library; thanks for the recommendation. Do you know of other quality documentaries that deal with natural resources? I am always looking for information like this to share with my Geography and Science students!

Hannah

Ordering "Flow" now via Netflix. Looks very intriguing. Donating to build wells in third world countries is almost a ministry "fad" in my area--it's great to know of a resource where we can learn more about the issue on a larger scale. Although the "Flow" trailer looked very environmentalist (not the kind of documentary I generally watch), I'm excited to see it and perhaps pass it on. Hopefully it will give more insight on how to best serve/donate in the water well arena. Thanks for the recommendation! =D

anna

on the other hand, i just want to caution against taking those claims too seriously. i have watched some 'water crisis' documentaries before (though not this one) and the situations are never as dire as they are made out to be. I work in that industry and there is always another side to the story.

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