“In 2014 alone an estimated 28 million gallons were … sold under Nestlé’s Arrowhead brand,” noted one environmental group that’s suing the company for illegal bottling. Continue reading →
The remarkable thing about Saudi Arabia’s story is that it’d done something similar in the desert until the water ran out. The aquifers essentially went dry. Ancient springs that were mentioned in the Bible began drying up, and the Saudi Arabian government told its dairy companies to start importing their hay and their wheat from other parts of the world. Continue reading →
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City considers new measures against those who use more water than they should, including publicly naming and shaming perpetrators. Continue reading →
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The Neskantaga First Nations community hasn’t had clean water in 20 years, while the Shoal Lake 40 lost their fresh water to nearby Winnipeg 17 years ago. Continue reading →
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In this week’s Fracked Earth News: Shell abandons Arctic drilling plans. Reclaiming public waters from Cochabamba, Bolivia to Berlin. A glowing sea turtle. Continue reading →
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