Category Archives: World Water Rights

Tuhanded protest Ecuadori pealinna jaoks "Vee, Elu, ja väärikuse Inimesed "

Quito, Ecuador — Over 25,000 people flooded Quito, Ecuador’s capital, on March 22 in the culmination of a two week march that began in the country’s Southern Amazon region and spanned roughly 700 kilometres. The march, translated from Spanish toContinue reading

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Tulevad veesõjad

Kas St. Lawrence jõe lõpuks maksta hind ameeriklased’ janu vesi? Kanada tulevad üha suurema surve all müüa vee USA, potentsiaalselt tõsised tagajärjed keskkonnale, said McGill experts at a recent Macdonald CampusContinue reading

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Peaassamblee deklareerib juurdepääs puhtale veele ja kanalisatsioonile on inimõigus

28 Juuli 2010 – Safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights, the General Assembly declared today, voicing deep concern that almost 900 million peopleContinue reading

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HugeWater Resources Exist Under Africa, by Matt McGrath of BBC News

Scientists say the notoriously dry continent of Africa is sitting on a vast reservoir of groundwater. {Ja} the total volume of water in aquifers underground is 100 times the amount found on the surface. Continue reading more here…. 

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Four dollars for a gallon of water? The dream of Monsanto and other corporations wanting to privatize water

Four dollars for a gallon of gas is ridiculous enough, but $4 for a gallon of water could someday became a reality, that is if oil tycoons like T. Boone Pickens and water bottling companies have their way. Privatization ofContinue reading

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