Amanpour and Company

Mina Guli Ran 62 Marathons in 62 Days for Water Awareness

Clip: 04/02/2019 | 14m 20s Video has closed captioning.

The world’s fresh water is disappearing thanks to climate change and growing demand. Mina Guli was a corporate lawyer in a former life, but she quit her job, founded the non-profit “Thirst” and took to the road, running marathons to raise awareness about our dwindling drinking water. She managed to slow down for just a moment to speak with Hari Sreenivasan in New York.

Aired: 04/02/19

Rating: NR

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