...working for access to safe, affordable and sustainable drinking water for all.



The Chronicles Group, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) Corporation and its mission is to influence critical and effective public policy by educating the people of the world regarding the significant issues facing the 21st century. Its mission's primary objective is for all people to have access to safe, affordable and sustainable drinking water and adequate sanitation with the goal of saving lives now and ensuring a healthy tomorrow for future residence of the earth.

The Chronicles Group feels strongly that in order to achieve this mission, grassroots public information education campaigns must be implemented throughout the world.

Actress Jane Seymour, the documentaries’ narrator, and many other notable and knowledgeable individuals have come together to participate in this public information/education process.


“Running Dry” is a comprehensive public information/education project, established to raise awareness regarding the worsening global humanitarian water crisis.


The project’s centerpieces are two explosive and enlightening in-depth documentaries, “Running Dry” and “The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry?”

Of historical note, the initial documentary RUNNING DRY, led to the enactment of the SENATOR PAUL SIMON WATER FOR THE POOR ACT, which authorizes funding for water and sanitation projects in developing nations.


The project was inspired by former U.S. Senator Paul Simon’s book “Tapped Out: The Coming World Crisis in Water and What We Can Do About It.”

Report - National Water Policy Event
July 28, 2009

Linder Addresses Water Policy Issue
July 30, 2009

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Here are the latest in a series of thought provoking essays by Jim Thebaut

RUNNING DRY: now on dvd
Running Dry 
The American Southwest: Are We Running Dry?


The water crisis is an issue which requires profound immediate attention and as a result The RUNNING DRY Project has been established.

Public and private organizations which have utilized our documentaries for educational purposes include; The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, The Southern Nevada Water Authority, University California Irvine, The Desert Research Institute, Oregon State University, Gonzaga University, Southern Illinois University, Georgia Tech University, Emory University, The University of Pennsylvania, The Navajo and Hopi Nations, the California, Water Association and it member Corporations,  Water for People, The Sierra Club, Water Advocates,  The Congressional Water Caucus,  Board on Global Health & Forum on Microbial Threats, Institute of Medicine and many many more public and private  organizations.