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It's time for our national parks to think outside the bottle -- and new legislation would let them do just that. Add your name in support!
As federal investment in our water systems has declined precipitously, corporations like Veolia and Suez have marketed water privatization, including in the form of "public-private partnerships," as a solution to cities' water woes. But case after case shows that privatizing public water is risky business for mayors, city governments, and residents.
By Amanda Mills for Nation of Change. The 2011 “Water Bottle Ban” gave national parks the allowance to prohibit the ...
By Andrea Germanos for Common Dreams. Water is a public good and belongs in public hands. That’s the message from ...