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Rebuilding Trust After Flint: What About the Water In Your City?

Daniel Moss | Posted 02.15.2017 | Green
Daniel Moss

Flint can be looked at two ways. It may be an exception, a story of a callous governor making cost-saving decisions at the expense of Flint's mostly black and brown children. Or it could signal the beginning of a systemic breakdown within the more than 50,000 water utilities in the U.S.

There's A Secret War Being Waged Over Your Drinking Water

The Huffington Post | Joseph Erbentraut | Posted 01.04.2016 | Impact

If the current catastrophe in Flint, Michigan, teaches us anything, it’s that the source of our drinking water is critically important -- if almost ...

Public Water Systems Can Help the War on Poverty

Daniel Moss | Posted 03.18.2014 | Green
Daniel Moss

No army can win a war without good quality water. Dysentery took more lives in the U.S. Civil War than battle wounds. Likewise, the War on Poverty won't be won without healthy and affordable water.

Why World Water Forum "Solutions" Miss the Mark

Wenonah Hauter | Posted 05.16.2012 | Green
Wenonah Hauter

The time is now for the UN and governments around their world to fulfill their duty and not to delegate it to corporations.