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Movies about climate change and poverty in South America

Movies of our South American partners

La Paz – facing climate change

The short movie of our Bolivian partner is finished! It deals with the consequences of climate change in La Paz and shows how the Andean city is better prepared against extreme weather events. The English subtitles were added, so watch the movie!

 

Saúde e Alegria´s movie!

Our South American partner organizations’ first movie is ready!

Our Brazilian project partner Saúde e Alegria made a short movie about reforestation in the Amazon region.

Water shortage in Peru

Short movie: Parque" Antonio Raimondi" – A national park in the desert

This short movie is about the project of the Ministry for the Environment of Peru to build a park in the north of Lima. 

Movie from Chile

The movie from Chile is finished!

The Universidad de Talca reports in its movie on the difficulties of water shortage and UV radiation in Chile. Learn more about the consequences of climate change in Chile and watch the movie now!

Movie from the Deutsche Welle

The Deutsche Welle has contributed a short movie for the project on the problems surrounding water in Peru. What are the implications of decreasing water supply for the megacity Lima? Why do poor people bear the brunt of this development? What are possible solutions? More on this in the short movie below! 

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‘Water crisis in Lima’

This short film was made as part of the climate program GLOBAL IDEAS of Deutsche Welle. All contributions can be found here: www.dw.de/globalideas.

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