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December 17, 2014
The tobacco industry’s aggressive attempts to block, weaken, and delay implementation of the FCTC are the greatest threats to the treaty’s potential to save hundreds of millions of lives. The FCTC includes a critical provision—Article 5.3—that promises to root tobacco industry interference out of public health policymaking. Corporate Accountability International has developed this step-by-step guide to assist public officials and advocates in translating Article 5.3 guidelines into laws, policies, and enforcement mechanisms.
December 14, 2014
Articles include: You shut out Big Tobacco from treaty talks, Kick-starting climate talks with lessons learned from the global tobacco treaty, You're getting Big Money out of government, You challenge threat to Baltimore's water, You join Lagos residents to prevent privatization of water, and more...
December 3, 2014
Today, the World Bank is aggressively promoting private water contracts to governments. But unfortunately, these contracts, or public-private―partnerships (PPPs), are just privatization under a new name. For the more detailed companion brief, which includes the Manila and Nagpur cases, click here. …
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 …

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