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DiCaprio sends the message again: we are still on track to destroy our world

Only a few years after the brutally honest documentary Before the Flood, a new film has been made, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, about the shocking consequences of global warming. Ice on Fire seeks to find out whether we can still reverse the impact of climate change.

Ice on Fire – which the actor has not only narrated but also produced – presents possible paths along which humanity could perhaps reduce the impact of global warming. Do we still have time to change things? And if we do, are we creative, clever and persistent enough to make it happen?

DiCaprio has been involved with the issue of climate change for a long time; his best known works about the subject were the 2007 documentary The 11th Hour, and Before the Flood, made in 2016.

Further information: Variety

What is the relevance of the Budapest Water Summit for political and professional decision-makers?

Interview with Professor András Szöllősi-Nagy, Chair of the International Programme and Drafting Committee of the Budapest Water Summit 2019, Professor, National University of Public Service, Hungary.

What are the most important standpoints of developing a country's climate strategy?

Interview with Ms. Maggie White, Senior Manager of International Policy and Processes at Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and Co-Chair of Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA).

Water Stress and Mass Migration – Is There a Way to Prevent Crisis?

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What Is Needed for Doubling Investments?

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Technology to Avoid Water Crises – What Is Missing?

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Science Against Water Crises: Do We Know Enough?

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What are the main water issues concerning agriculture?

Interview with Professor Carlo Giupponi, Professor of Environmental Economics at the Department of Economics, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Dean of Venice International University.

Water Crises – What Is the Economically Rational Behaviour?

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Value of Water vs. Costs of a Water Crisis

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Opening panel: Can Water Crises Be Prevented?

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