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June 12, 2015
Municipal-level officials are the stewards of our public water systems. And this stewardship is not an easy task: officials must invest communities in a system that is largely hidden underground, fund this system in the absence of sufficient federal support, and ensure transparent and democratic operations The following are three best practices to facilitate this stewardship.
June 12, 2015
Local governments are investing in public water systems at all-time highs in the absence of adequate federal support. In response, the private water industry is waging a misleading marketing campaign to present private water contracts as the solution.
June 10, 2015
Today, more than ever before, we need the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to succeed. People are experiencing the impact of climate change around the world, and we are increasingly running out of time to prevent the worst effects of rising global temperatures. We need bold action, and we need visionary leaders within the UNFCCC process. …
June 5, 2015
This guide walks national parks through the process of ensuring access to public water sources and phasing out the sale and distribution of bottled water.
April 9, 2015
Articles include: Stalling World-Bank-backed water privatization, Meet Akinbode Oluwafemi, director of allied organization Environmental Rights Action, McDonald's CEO steps down after only three years at helm, You block Veolia from Baltimore, A decade later, millions of lives saved from tobacco, and more... …


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