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Nestle accused of putting profits before water security

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 26, 2016

Nestle is under fire for its efforts to pump vast quantities of water from communal aquifers in a push that activists say constitutes an attempt to privatize water resources and profit from water shortages. "Companies like Nestle don't see this situation as a public health crisis. They see it as a business opportunity," says John Stewart, deputy campaign director for Corporate Accountability International. Truthout (04/25)


Can bottled-water companies go green?

SmartBrief on Sustainability | May 02, 2016

A solar-powered jet could fly around the world

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 27, 2016

NASCAR's "vegan hippie chick" is a climate crusader

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 26, 2016

Energizer wants to spark recycled-battery revolution

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 29, 2016

Climate change is great news for mosquitoes

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 28, 2016

EPA proposes new stormwater discharge rules; comment by May 26

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 29, 2016

Wal-Mart, Ahold make EPA's Top 100 green power companies list

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 28, 2016

Louisville, Ky., looks to cool city with green initiative

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 27, 2016

175 world leaders sign Paris climate agreement

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Apr 26, 2016


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