Putting a human face to water conservation

I’ve been doing some research lately about the politics of water. Being a resident of Los Angeles and a fan of LA-specific dystopian scenarios (had a blast watching “Battle: LA”), I’ve been considering a new piece about the future of water. More specifically, I’ve been looking at ways to put a human face to the issue, and suggest (but not be totally didactic about) how terrified I am about the impending resource wars of the near future…

Anyway, I was looking up DIY techniques for desalinating ocean water, and I came across this wonderful short film. It put a big smile on my face. “Mi abuela María” directed by David Valero for the Spanish eco-short-films festival La Luciernaga fundida.

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