Dec 10, 2019

Earth: The story of water - Who controls the way we drink?

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From: Alissa Weinman, Corporate Accountability <>
Date: Sat, Jun 15, 2019, 10:08 AM
Subject: The story of water: Who controls the way we drink?

Check out our new video about public water successes with our partners at the Story of Stuff Project. Watch and share with your friends and family.
Our new video explains how communities are keeping water out of corporate clutches!

Everyone deserves access to clean, safe water at rates they can afford. But private water corporations are threatening this most fundamental of human rights by treating our water systems as vehicles to maximize their profits.

But people like you across the country are standing up for public water. That's why I'm excited to share a new video with you that Story of Stuff Project just released in partnership with my team at Corporate Accountability.
The Story of Water: Who controls the way we drink?
It highlights the dangers of water privatization and lifts up innovative solutions cities are employing that show the strength of our public water systems when we prioritize them -- proving that we don't need corporations meddling in our water systems.

Watch our new three-minute video, and then share it with your friends, family, and anyone who needs water (hint: that's everyone)!
In the video, you'll learn more about the creative ways that cities around the country are improving and investing in their public water systems -- and pushing back on corporations like Veolia that seek to profit from them.

Help us spread the word about public water solutions. Watch our new video and share it far and wide!


Alissa Weinman
Senior Campaign Organizer
Corporate Accountability

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