In order to verify how fast the earth is turning into a desert, an exploration of the steamingdeserts with temperatures of over 40 degrees in Egypt, Israel, Kenya is conducted, in addition to vivid pictures and interviews about the swiftly changing environment in Uzbekistan where an ocean as big as Korea has disappeared. Mexico City, where a maximum of 30 cm of the ground has sunk due to excessive groundwater development, major U.S. cities that have to purchase agricultural lands and supply water as Hoover Dam dries out and Israel, where they must make their own water to avoid war, are depicted as shocking examples that are happening around the globe because of water shortages along with special alternatives to overcome these challenges.
Part 1 No More Water for Waterparks
Coverage on problems that nations such as Africa, China and Uzbekistan face as they suffer from water shortage.
Part 2 Water Shock! Unending Calamity
Focuses on nations struggling to escape from water shortage, such as Mexico and the U.S. as their lands undergo desertification, and geological strata become hollow owing to excessive use of groundwater, and the UAE who must buy water from Israel with their oil money.