Banks, multinationals, billionaires buying up water

From Black Looks Mon Dec 31 2012, 16:09:10

You've heard about the massive land grabs taking place across the global south including across Africa - see here and here and the push towards water privatization.   There are two additional 'disturbing trends' around the supply and access to water.  The first is the multinationals and banks buying up water, lakes, water rights, acquirers and water technology. [...]

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