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Find out why tap water is better for your health, your wallet, the environment.
Today, we are in a worldwide struggle for control of our food and water. Find out how Food & Water Watch is working to protect our world’s resources.
Learn about the dangerous practice of natural gas fracking and why it must be banned.
We’re working to Take Back the Tap — by protecting your access to clean, safe tap water and by spreading the word on why tap water is the right choice over bottled.
Wenonah Hauter’s new book, Foodopoly: The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America, examines the corporate consolidation and control over our food system, what it means for farmers and consumers and how it can be fixed. Publisher’s Weekly calls it “…a meticulously researched tour de force…”
Two years ago environmentalists represented by an attorney now with Food & Water Watch brought a Clean Water Act case against Perdue and one of its contract poultry operations for polluting waterways that empty out into the threatened Chesapeake Bay.
People in rural America have known for a long time that family farms are being replaced by factory farms, and these facilities are overwhelming some regions of the country. Find out how your state or county ranks for the density of factory-farmed animals.
Stop engineered salmon from coming to a plate near you.
The Farm Bill is up for reauthorization in 2012, and if we implement certain changes, we can fix our broken food system and create one that’s healthy for everyone.
In May 2010, Food & Water Watch launched its Spill the Truth campaign to prevent another oil spill in the Gulf by calling on BP to shut down its Atlantis oil rig — a sub-sea operation without required engineer-certified documents.