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Blue Gold: The battle against corporate theft of the world's water
Barlow, Maude; Clarke, Tony
International tensions around water are rising in many of the world's most volatile regions.This book exposes the enormity of the problem, the dangers of the proposed solution and the alternative, whi...
Blue Gold: World Water Wars
Bozzo, Sam (director); Barlow, Maude; Clarke, Tony (writers)
A documentary, based on the book Blue Gold, by Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke, which examines environmental and political implications of the planet's dwindling water supply, and posits that wars in the...
Chemicals in your water: A little is too much
There is reason to be concerned about the increasing amounts of chemicals in our water.
Connexions Digest: Issue 50 - December 1989 - A Social Change Sourcebook
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Connexions Selected Links & Resources: Walkerton Links
Links related to Walkerton water contamination disaster.
Contaminated Meat, Contaminated Water: From Walkerton to Listeria
The current listeria outbreak has the feel of deja vu all over again. Once again, we are hearing about companies and industry associations lobbying for fewer inspections and less #interference#, and a...
Contamination: The Poisonous Legacy of Ontario's Environmental Cutbacks
The story of Ontario's right-wing Harris government, which gutted health and environmental protection polices, leading to the Walkerton water disaster.
Dying for Growth: Global Inequality and the Health of the Poor
Kim, Jin Yong, Millen, Joyce, Irwin, Alex & Gershman, John
Gaza: water crisis grows as Israel targets essential infrastructure
Israel's war on Gaza has seen the systematic and widespread destruction of civilian infrastructure essential for human survival. This represents an apparently deliberate 'cutting off of life support' ...
Nestlé: Malevolent Corporation Capitalizes on Global Water Crisis
Demand for water is outstripping supply at an accelerating rate. Nestlé’s goal is to shift government policy away from providing public municipal water supplies to people, and toward a dependency on b...
150 years of dirty water
Toronto's water has been polluted pretty much since the city was founded - but that doesn't mean we should put up with it.
Walkerton Tragedy: Connexipedia Article
Brief overview of the Walkerton water contamination incident.
The Water Front
Follows the heated struggle between residents, water workers and corporate managers in Highland Park, Michigan to spotlight what many of us take for granted - the right to affordable water.
When Water is a Commodity Instead of a Human Right: The Agony of Detroit
The shutoff of water to thousands of Detroit residents, the proposed privatization of the water system and the diversion of the system’s revenue to banks are possible because the most basic human requ...
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Great Lakes United
An international coalition of 170 environmental, hunter-angler, labour union and grassroots community organizations from Chicoutimi, Qu‚bec, to Duluth, Minnesota, dedicated to the protection and resto...
Progressive comment and analysis by Ulli Diemer, featuring articles, letters, photos and the Radical Digressions Blog.
WaterCan is a leading Canadian charity dedicated to fighting global poverty by helping the world's poorest people gain access to clean water, basic sanitation and hygiene education.
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Toronto's Water from Lake Iroquois to Lost Rivers to Low-flow Toilets
Reeves, Wayne; Palassion, Christina (eds.)
A collection of essays on Toronto's water and watershed, ranging from burying streams to storm sewers and rainwater harvesting.