Friday, December 12, 2008

Coke's Water Scam | UN Leader Calls for Right to Water | Toronto Bans Bottled Water

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Coca-Cola's Latest Environmental Scam  

Coca-Cola's Latest Environmental Scam
By Amit Srivastava, India Resource Center
Under fire for its mismanagement of water resources in India, Coke has gone all out to create an image of itself as a leader in water conservation. Read more »

 

There's a lot of great stuff happening right now with water -- check out the stories this week about Toronto and the UN.

I know many of you have seen the awesome documentary, FLOW: For Love of Water. It has just been released on DVD and it is being offered at a special 25 percent discount for water activists. Just visit their website, oscilloscope.net, and enter the promotional code: watercitizen. They are also offering group sales discounts for 30 or more.

And while you're at it, get a copy of our book, Water Consciousness.

Thanks for reading,

Tara Lohan, Senior Editor

 

Top UN Leader Calls for Creation of the Right to Water  

Top UN Leader Calls for Creation of the Right to Water

On the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights there are strong calls to establish the right to water. Read more »

Great Lakes In Peril: Why 40 Million People's Drinking Water Is Threatened  

Great Lakes In Peril: Why 40 Million People's Drinking Water Is Threatened

Invasive species, declining water levels, uncertain quality of drinking water, and pressures to divert water threaten the lakes. Read more »

Toronto Is the Latest City to Ban Bottled Water  

Toronto Is the Latest City to Ban Bottled Water

The city of Toronto not only banned selling bottled water on city premises but committed to ensuring access to tap. Read more »

Can Bush's Assault on Our Waterways Be Undone?  

Can Bush's Assault on Our Waterways Be Undone?

The Bush administration is exiting with three major regulatory assaults on our nation's waterways. Can this damage be quickly undone? Read more »

How Much Does it Really Cost Us to Clean Up our Waterways from Farm Runoff  

How Much Does it Really Cost Us to Clean Up our Waterways from Farm Runoff

Researchers looked at decreasing property values, the cost of treating drinking water and the revenue lost from impacted recreational activities. Read more »

 

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