We must give people a sense of their political power and a voice to take control of our most important resources back from big-money interests.
We break down larger systemic problems into winnable campaigns so that we can build for bigger victories in the future.
We need to advocate with uncompromising positions to counter undue corporate influence.
We do this by being truly independent of corporate and government influence in our policy and advocacy work. We take no corporate or government money, relying on individuals and foundations for support.
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The more greenhouse gases emitted by big oil and gas companies, the more CEOs like ExxonMobil’s Rex Tillerson got paid.
Climate change is exacerbating extreme weather events across the world, causing thousands of deaths and leading to damages in the trillions of dollars. It could even make parts of the planet uninhabitable this century.
The 2015 Paris Climate Accord prudently declared 1.5° C the formal target to limit the warming of global temperatures. But a recent opinion piece in New York Times undermines the critical importance of staying well under 2°C of global warming in order to avoid a future of deepening climate chaos.
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Food & Water Watch champions healthy food and clean water for all. We stand up to corporations that put profits before people, and advocate for a democracy that improves people’s lives and protects our environment.
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