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Not TINA (There Is No Alternative) but TAPAS: THERE ARE PLENTY OF ALTERNATIVES
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How Corporations Are Creating a Life-Threatening Water Shortage

How Corporations Are Creating a Life-Threatening Water Shortage | real utopias | Scoop.it
Nestlé is draining America's vital groundwater resources at a stunning rate – with 29 water bottling facilities across North America, it pocketed $4 billion in revenue from bottled water sales in 2012 alone.
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Apartheid in Detroit: Water For Corporations, Not For People

Apartheid in Detroit: Water For Corporations, Not For People | real utopias | Scoop.it
Residents with $150 delinquent water bills are having the tap shut off, denying them a basic human right while prominent Detroit corporations with much larger delinquent water bills are being left alone.
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Detroiters Put Bodies on the Line to Stop Privatization of Their Water

Detroiters Put Bodies on the Line to Stop Privatization of Their Water | real utopias | Scoop.it
The Reverend Bill Wylie-Kellerman sat down with nine others blocking the entrance of the facility where Homrich Wrecking’s water shutoff trucks were set to leave for the day. (Nooo, we can't let that happen.
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Water Is Life – That's Why We the People Must Stand With Detroit

Water Is Life – That's Why We the People Must Stand With Detroit | real utopias | Scoop.it
Are you ready to start bailing out Detroit the right way? Join the Detroit Water Brigade.
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What Water is Cuba Thinking of Exporting?

What Water is Cuba Thinking of Exporting? | real utopias | Scoop.it
Even though Cuba’s National Environmental Strategy Report identifies the “water shortage” as one of the island’s five main problems, the Cuban government aims to export bottled water to other countries in the Caribbean.
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Economist, specialized in political economy and peer-to-peer dynamics; core member of the P2P Foundation