The Iceberg Project1 x 52' HD
Humans depend on water to stay alive. From desalination of seawater to rationing, every effort is being made to offset a worldwide shortage. Yet, one huge resource has been left behind: icebergs, 12,000-year-old pure freshwater. For 40 years, engineer Georges Mougin has advocated ferociously for a revolutionary plan: to tow an iceberg to arid regions wanting water. Today, supported by internationally renowned specialists and with the help of cutting-edge 3D scientific simulation software, Georges wants to make real progress. Together they will work on a mind-blowing project: take an iceberg from the coast of Canada and tow it across the Atlantic before it melts. Towing and utilizing icebergs for freshwater: could the dream become reality?
- 1 x 52' HD
- Kwanza, Dassault Systemes, France 3, ZDF, NRK, RTBF, VRT, ERT, Slovak TV
- Jean-Michel Corillion
- English, French, Italian, German
- Science & Knowledge