Water Planet: Leonardo Dicaprio (video)

From http://www.leonardodicaprio.org/

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8 thoughts on “Water Planet: Leonardo Dicaprio (video)

  1. annie says:

    This was well done and makes one think..Our Great Lakes may be at risk ….with the dryness in the U. .S. I grew up on the shores of Lake Huron..beautiful. Also the world is far too over crowded and that adds up to more pollution of waters, yet they will all need fresh water to drink, Harper is doing nothing for our Great Lakes and soon they will be really polluted… the fish are not good to eat from them, now.

  2. Woman at Mile 0 says:

    I think this is going to be one of our greatest challenges. I did read that article about the fish in the Great Lakes Annie. It really is a shame. My partner loves fishing and would be disappointed to learn could not eat them any more because they are too polluted.

  3. annie says:

    I was watching CBC news last night and saw trouble ahead for the Great Lakes. Some Asian carp gor leaked into the Mississippi and are headed this way toward Illinois. They fly all over the place when you are in a boat. It is an ecological nightmare! They rob the bottom of life and fish. The only thing they can do to stop them from entering the Great Lakes is to kill everything in the bodies of water they are now in, and start all over to replenish.

  4. Woman At Mile 0 says:

    Hi Annie,
    I have switched to a new site. This post is up with the video there but your comments are not. I will try to get them over to the new site tonight. The new address for this post is here.

  5. BlastFurnace says:

    It’s not just the Great Lakes we have to worry about, it’s the water and sewage systems in our cities and towns also. We in Hamilton still have clear memories of what happened when we tried a P3 partnership that became a game of go-karts — starting with a scrap metal company, then ENRON, then two water foreign water service companies (one in the UK and one in Germany).

  6. Wags says:

    I am a civil engineering graduate with a major in Hydrology and water Resources. That We have problems but it does no good if Leonardo exaggerates. He makes statements which are just not true. Dams save millions of lives and he is an idiot to say otherwise. China’s biggest problem is a lack of water because the majority of Chine is arid land and has been for tens of thousands of years. It can’t support 1.2 billion being agriculturally

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