The Water famine

United States, 1961

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The role of water in the birth and decay of civilization and the problems of man as he searches for new sources. The critical water shortage and the population explosion; the problems of pollution; desalinization demonstrated by the “flash freezing” process used in Israel and the electro-dialysis process used in the United States.

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producer

Jack Beck

production company

Columbia Broadcasting System Television

Duration

00:50:30:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1961

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