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Drinking the sky /

By: Television Trust for the Environment.
Publisher: New Delhi : Centre for Science and Environment, [2000]Description: 1 DVD (24 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Water-supply -- India | Water-supply -- Chile | Water resources development -- IndiaDDC classification: Summary: In ‘Drinking the Sky’, Dutch filmmaker Joost de Haas travels first to the wettest place on earth, then the driest. To Cherapunjee in north-east India and to the Atacama desert in Chile. Both places are populated – and therein lies the intrigue: how do you cope with life in the deluge and life in the driest spot on earth? In a film full of surprises de Haas looks at water management in a couple of places where it really matters.
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DVD DVD Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
A01175 (Browse shelf) D27 Available A01175

In ‘Drinking the Sky’, Dutch filmmaker Joost de Haas travels first to the wettest place on earth, then the driest. To Cherapunjee in north-east India and to the Atacama desert in Chile. Both places are populated – and therein lies the intrigue: how do you cope with life in the deluge and life in the driest spot on earth? In a film full of surprises de Haas looks at water management in a couple of places where it really matters.

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