“Clean water is the backbone to any great society. You’re not going to have healthy humans without it. You’re not going to have a healthy economy without it. You’re not going to have a healthy environment without it.”
So begins “… And Water for All,” a documentary film that premiered on March 22, World Water Day, at a program hosted by CFAES’ Environmental Professionals Network.
Written and directed by Ramiro Berardo, associate professor of environmental policy in the CFAES School of Environment and Natural Resources, the film explores issues around water in Ohio:
- how we can’t live without it;
- the threats around it (interviews include Toledoans who experienced their city’s 2014 water crisis); and
- the rebuilding needed—of public water systems, of public trust—to provide affordable, safe water for every Ohioan.
Watch “… And Water for All” (55:41) for free on YouTube above.