Organica Water Narration ZDLTK494015104217X
This a narration for a video to be used by ************** for business presentations, primarily non-broadcast. Small possibility may be used on PBS for a one-time airing. Talent needs to be available to record either this Wednesday (8/31/11) or Thursday (9/1/11).
2011-08-29 16:44:29 GMT
2011-09-01 12:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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The Voice Actor should have at least 2 years of experience in the voice industry.
This is a non-union project
Yes***Sample script provided for auditions.
The U.S. consumes more water than any other nation, using 410 billion gallons every day. (That’s 600k Olympic sized swimming pools. As our population grows, our water demand grows increasingly higher – rising over 300% since 1950.
We cannot support this trend in the future. By 2025, the UN suggests that 1.8 billion people around the world are expected to live in areas with extreme water scarcity as a result of high demand and global climate change. Here in the U.S., one in three counties will be affected. (26 sec.)
Every day we withdraw billions of gallons from rivers, lakes and aquifers to meet our various water needs. We process water at treatment plants and pump it miles to its end use. Once used, wastewater is once again sent to treatment and then discharged back to the environment.
This model creates unnecessary strain on our natural environment through resource depletion, high energy requirements and even watershed pollution. Managing water is one of the most energy intensive activities in our communities, and we currently use high quality drinking water to meet all of our demands, despite the fact that most of our water needs are non-potable. In fact, only 2% of drinking water is actually used for drinking. (28 sec.)
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