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Troubled Waters: Misleading industry PR and the case for public water
November 19, 2014
In the U.S., like virtually everywhere else in the world, the vast majority of water systems are still publicly owned and operated. Yet over the past several decades, public officials have faced mounting pressure from the private water industry to move away from public operations and toward forms of privatization.
November 7, 2014
Shutting the Spigot Executive Summary …
September 26, 2014
This primer makes the case for why tobacco control policies, particularly those geared towards protecting public health policymaking from the tobacco industry, are, in reality, good governance policies.  …
September 26, 2014
Mortality attributable to tobacco consumption and the burden it represents to families and national health systems s an issue of growing  concern, mainly across developing countries. Latin American countries have made much headway in the implementation of tobacco control policies  over the last few years. This publication is a further result of the joint work undertaken in 2010 and of the close collaboration among organizations of the countries in the region. …
September 10, 2014
Some helpful answers to common questions NPS officials may have about how parks have gone bottled water free and information about best practices that parks have developed in order to achieve this goal. …


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