Food & Water Watch’s new issue brief details conflicts of interest and predicts watered-down findings from a forthcoming National Research Council report.
It’s not coal versus fracking that we should be debating; it’s fossil fuels versus renewables.
Coming June 7th, Frackopoly exposes the corruption that enabled the fracking industry’s rise to power – and the growing movement of people fighting back.
An advertiser wasn't happy with a newspaper cartoon about CEO pay. The cartoonist says he’s been fired because of it.
We must keep up the pressure on decision-makers to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
Deciding what to feed ourselves and our families is a good first step, but we can’t shop our way out of the DARK Act.
Big Food has launched a charm offensive to sell independent farmers and ranchers on the Trans-Pacific Partnership—and it’s not working.
While the crisis in Flint remains in the headlines, the conditions that led to the disaster remain unchanged. It’s time to call for accountability and action in fixing our water infrastructure.
- Corporate Control of Water
The National Research Council’s one-sided look at GMOs is antithetical to good science and counters Congress’s requirements for how this prestigious research outfit should operate.
Food & Water Watch joined 300 organizations calling for a democracy that works for the people instead of big money interests. Over 60 movement leaders were arrested on the final day of Democracy Awakening, including executive director Wenonah Hauter and assistant director Patty Lovera.
- Broken Democracy