Last Call at the Oasis, a documentary by Participant Media, sheds light on the complications and problems facing our water use and highlights entrepreneurs creating innovative solutions to the global water crisis.
The average American used 99 gallons of water per day yet only 1% of the world’s water is fresh, clean and drinkable. With increasing population, pollution and global warming, water has become the most sought-after resource and soon to be, the most valued commodity in the world. We are facing a global water crisis.
Participant Media, founded by Jeffrey Skoll (former President of eBay and current visionary at and founder of the Skoll Foundation) creates films and documentaries that raise awareness for social causes and is a catalyst for social action and change.
Last Call at the Oasis, Participant Media’s first film of 2012, is a call to action on the big screen for the global water crisis.
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