Looking back on some of Food & Water Watch's best moments of 2016--and some reasons for optimism next year!
Under the Trump administration, our local work to ban fracking is more important than ever.
Trump’s infrastructure plan is nothing less than an auction of our public water to private investors. We can’t afford to treat our water systems like a business.
- Corporate Control of Water
Trump's selection of a fossil fuels champion to lead the EPA makes the fight to stop Dakota Access pipeline more urgent than ever.
A new public opinion poll from the Pew Research Group, once again, imposes false narratives on the GMO debate and distorts the public discourse on this controversial technology.
Statement of Wenonah Hauter, Executive Director, Food & Water Watch
I’m proud that Food & Water Watch doesn’t accept corporate donations – which gives us the power to stay on the right side of the issues.
Hundreds of people across Maryland took action last week to demand a permanent ban on fracking.
Administrator McCarthy should address the concerns of communities affected by fracking before the president leaves office.
Pesticide makers and their front groups are exercising undue influence over EPA’s review of the weed killer used on GMO crops. What are they trying to hide?