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Nestle: Water's Corporate Takeover | Brainwash Update(3:59 min.)
Published on Jun 12, 2013
Abby Martin takes an in-depth look at the Nestlé corporation; its business practice of bloating the price of water, while pursuing the privatization of this common resource against the public good.
Tapped Trailer(5:41 min)
Tapped is a film that examines the role of the bottled water industry
and its effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our
reliance on oil.
Tapped Trailer 2(2:32 min)
World Oceans Day Statement on Plastic Pollution(1:23 min)
Following a presentation to Google employees by Captain Charles Moore, an
oceanographer who pioneered the study of plastic debris, the Strategic
Council on Plastic Pollution convened at the Google Campus in Mountain
View, California on June 4, 2009. It was the first meeting for the
council on plastic pollution, which was recently formed to raise
awareness of this rising threat to the world's oceans. Said council
member and marine biologist Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, We are finding
plastic in the stomachs of sea turtles, birds, and fish all over the
world. I find this extremely disturbing." In honor of World Oceans Day,
the council has issued the following statement regarding this
increasingly urgent threat to wildlife and human health:
Do you know where our plastic goes?
Did you know that our oceans are filling up with plastic pollution?
Plastic fragments contaminate even the most remote locations on earth, and harmful chemicals leached by plastics are present in the bloodstream and tissues of almost every one of us.
Plastic pollution harms people, animals, and the environment. Plastic is not biodegradable. In the marine environment, plastic breaks down into smaller and smaller particles that absorb toxic chemicals, are ingested by wildlife, and enter the food chain that we depend on.
Consumption of throwaway plastics, such as bottles, containers, bags, and packaging, has spiraled out of control.
Recycling is not a sustainable solution. The reality is that most of our plastic waste is landfilled, downcycled or exported to other countries. And tragically, millions of tons of plastic are poisoning our oceans.
Businesses and governments need to take responsibility for new ways to design, recover and dispose of plastics.
Plastic pollution is the visible symbol of our global crisis of over-consumption. Let's pledge to shift our societies away from the disposable habits that poison our oceans and land, eliminate our consumption of throwaway plastics, and begin embracing a culture of sustainability.
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