Archives / 2009 Skoll Stories of Change: Social Entrepreneurship in Focus through Documentary Award

Easy Like Water

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Description

Easy Like Water is a feature documentary about floating schools, solar power, and the fate of the earth. In Bangladesh, solar-powered floating schools are turning the front lines of climate change into a community of learning. As the water steals the land, one man's vision is re-casting the rising rivers as channels of communication, and transforming people's lives. With initial support from Sundance Institute and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, the film is currently in production.

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