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December 12th, 2012

Jump-starting the Conversation on the Financialization of Nature

Let’s face it: not every one in the media is talking about the financialization of nature. While it’s not always the hottest topic in mainstream media circles, it’s important that we take every opportunity to engage in this discussion in order to bring it to the forefront of any conversation about our common resources and the consequences of putting them up for auction to the highest bidding industries. So when Thom Hartmann invited Food & Water Watch Common Resources Director Mitch Jones to be a guest on his show, The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann, Mitch jumped at the chance to discuss our latest brief, And the Value of Nothing: GDP Alternatives to the Alternatives

Watch the video and then check out the report right here: http://documents.foodandwaterwatch.org/doc/ValueofNothing.pdf

 

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