Coca-Cola, Nestle To Privatize World’s Second Largest Aquifer in Brazil
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March 4, 20188 min read1644 words
Published: March 4, 2018  |  8 min read1644 words
A concerted push is underway in South America that could see one of the world’s largest reserves of fresh water soon fall into the hands of transnational corporations such as Coca-Cola and Nestle. According to reports, talks to privatize the Guarani Aquifer – a vast subterranean ...
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March 4, 2018
This is a highly credible, well-sourced and cited article detailing the attempt to privatize one of the world's largest reserves of fresh water. Fantastic reporting on an often under-reported story.
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August 19, 2019
A ton of great sources in this piece but the most significant credibility for me was the amount of context surrounding the deal to privatize a large water resource.
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