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    Paris's return to public water supplies makes waves beyond France

    08 July 2014
    In the media

    Paris's move to take back water supplies inspires others

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    India to launch its first astronauts into space by 2015

    Randeep Ramesh
    24 February 2009
    In the media
  6. Locals plug leaks as Nigeria’s supply woes continue

    18 May 2015
    In the media

    Business Day Live - IT IS 8am as Hassan Abdullahi lugs his handcart loaded with six jerrycans of water up the slope to God’s Grace Calabar Kitchen. This is his third trip from a private water tap to his major customer.

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    Canada may be drawn into drug-eradication in Afghanistan

    Steven Edwards
    24 September 2007
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    Water flowing back into public hands

    Julio Godoy
    23 June 2008
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    The Canadian-EU trade agreement which could act as a Trojan horse for TTIP

    Ian Dunt
    19 November 2014
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    These are crucial days for TTIP. The US-EU trade deal, which would legally enforce the privatisation of the NHS, is facing extraordinary levels of public protest on both sides of the Atlantic. But while opponents focus on the battle at hand, a separate Canadian trade deal could allow TTIP's worst abuses by the backdoor.

     
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    'Crisis Must Lead to Greater Voice for Workers'

    Stefania Milan
    01 June 2009
    In the media
  11. Privatisation of urban water supply: The muddy picture

    29 September 2015
    In the media

    The Indian Express - The municipal body’s financial losses from water works has reportedly increased by Rs 60 crore per annum, leading to demands, from both opposition parties and the local community, for the ouster of the private player.

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    Activists oppose Guatemala dam being backed by Spanish company

    26 June 2015
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    Deutsche Welle - The arrival of transnational dam-builders in Guatemala is threatening cultural and natural riches. DW met with activists in Berlin, who are asking Europeans to reexamine exactly what such "green energy" entails.

  13. Europe, it’s time to regulate cannabis!

    Peter Sarosi (HCLU)
    05 March 2014
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    The European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) is a great innovation of the Treaty of Lisbon, enabling EU citizens to call directly on the European Commission to propose a legal act, if they can obtain the support of one million of their fellow citizens. The "Weed like to talk” campaign, launched by three French university students this year, aims to collect one million signatures from at least seven EU countries to call for a common cannabis policy based on a legally regulated market.

  14. Turn despair into hope at the Earth summit

    21 June 2012
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    More than 100 civil society organisations from every continent now join forces in a new major campaign, Stop Corporate Impunity, to dismantle corporations' power and end their impunity.

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    Undoing Your Daily Damage to the Earth, for a Price

    Eilene Zimmerman
    12 November 2007
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    EPA calls for passage of CO2 control act

    08 December 2009
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    The Taiwaneese government should impose the energy and greenhouse gas taxes as early as possible, instead of promoting carbon trade, say environmental protection organizations.

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    NGOs call for ETS to be scrapped

    16 April 2013
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    Ahead of crucial vote tomorrow, some environmentalists say EU emissions trading scheme is beyond saving.

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    Karzai Will Need Harper's Support to Resist U.S. Spraying

    Jim Creskey
    26 September 2007
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    Venezuela: No to Socialism for the 21st Century

    Rodrigo Acuña
    06 December 2007
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    In a surprise result, it was announced on 3 December that Venezuelan voters have rejected the 69 reforms to the national Constitution proposed by President Hugo Chávez and the National Assembly.

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