Statement of Food & Water Watch Executive Director Wenonah Hauter.
During the Congressional appropriations process it is not uncommon for members to include legislative giveaways to corporate interests such as Big Ag and the oil and gas industry. Now it’s the bottled water industry’s turn.
Four Food & Water Watch staff members talk about why they're excited to participate in Climate Ride.
The plight of American chicken farmers is getting notice, and big voices are chiming in to ask that the USDA protect these farmers.
Members of Food & Water Watch reflect on their experiences on Climate Ride.
The suit, which seeks class action status, charges that many residents who had “smart meters” installed saw their bills skyrocket unexpectedly, some of them by as much as 600 percent.
- Corporate Control of Water
The lifted restrictions on imports from Brazil and Argentina follow a disturbing trend of lowering food import standards, established by the recent attempt to gut Country of Origin Labeling.
Pa. Department of Health logs demonstrate that state residents are regularly reporting alarming health concerns, and that state agencies have failed to adequately respond and address these health problems from drilling and fracking.