Nestlé est sur le point de vendre toutes ses activités dans le secteur de l'eau en bouteille en Amérique du Nord. La semaine de l'égocrate versaillais. L’égocrate Emmanuel Macron a pris Versailles.
Nous l’avons laissé avec ceux qui ont la patience de sacrifier à ce rite aussi désuet qu’arrogant. Il inaugure la nouvelle monarchie présidentielle absolue qui va commencer avec la réforme constitutionnelle. Sa seigneurie va bientôt l’octroyer au pays. En toute démagogie, les technos avides « d’efficacité » et de « libérer les énergies » vont adorer la réduction du nombre des députés, la restriction du droit d’amendement et ainsi de suite. 400 députés pour faire la loi, n’est-ce pas encore trop ? Un seul à l’Elysée, ne serait-ce pas suffisant ? L’Europe des valeurs vient de faire un grand bond en avant.
Finalement, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) a été élu président du Mexique et ses partisans ont gagné six provinces sur neuf. Bravo au journal L’Humanité pour avoir levé le lièvre à temps ! C’est à mes yeux le coup de trop. Donc, cette fois-ci, la base sociale de la contre-offensive sera plus large. À présent, le plus dur est fait.
Sign this petition to protect our water from Nestlé. Nestlé : cessez d'intimider la commune d'Osceola au tribunal (pétition) Tell the Forest Service: Don't renew Nestlé’s water withdrawal permit. Last year, news broke that Nestlé, the largest bottled water producer in the world, had been extracting water from the drought-stricken San Bernardino National Forest, on a permit that was supposed to expire in 1988 — and hadn’t been re-evaluated by the U.S.
Forest Service in nearly 40 years! Now, the Forest Service is proposing to renew Nestlé’s permit for another five years, even as drought conditions persists in the western U.S.1 That’s unacceptable. But our pressure can make a difference. The latest Forest Service plan comes after intense public pressure on the agency, including petitions from more than 190,000 CREDO activists. Tell the U.S. Nestlé is still a bad neighbor. Scrap the Cascade Locks deal now! Nestlé is closing in on a lucrative water privatization deal that will hand it millions of gallons of some of the cleanest drinking water in drought-ravaged Oregon -- permanently.
And get this: Nestlé will only pay one penny per 40 gallons of water -- and then it will turn around and sell the same water back to the public for $2.63 per gallon. Globally, one in five people do not have access to fresh water. Across the planet, SumOfUs supporters are challenging Nestlé's devious efforts to privatize water at every turn: in California, in Pakistan and in British Columbia, Canada. And now we need your help to make sure Oregon isn't next. Tell Oregon Governor Kate Brown to intervene and stop this terrible deal -- now. Nestlé is coyly marketing this awful plan as a way to create local jobs -- but the reality is that it will only create 48. And that's not the only way Oregon is getting conned. This fight is bigger than just Oregon. Demand Oregon scrap this deal with a serial corporate freeloader.
Stop allowing Nestlé to take water from drought-stricken regions! Demand that Nestlé stop bottling CA's water during drought! California is facing a drought of historic proportions and while individuals are being forced to reduce their water usage, Nestlé is bottling the scarce resource straight from the heart of California’s drought and selling it for profit.
Nestlé -- who extracts water from CA for its Arrowhead and Pure Life brands -- is bottling from at least a dozen natural springs throughout California, including from some of the most drought-stricken areas of the state. Nestlé doesn’t want you to know how much water it’s bottling from the California desert. Let's pledge to keep fighting their evil ways. Nestlé: Stop draining Pakistan! Nestlé is draining developing countries’ groundwater to make its Pure Life bottled water, destroying countries’ natural resources depriving locall people and farmers of a vital resource.
Now Nestlé is moving into Pakistan and sucking up the local water supply, the has resulted in well's drying up and villages going without safe drinking water, all the company can sell mineral-enriched water to the rich as a status symbol, while the poor watch wells run dry and their children fall ill. Tell Nestlé to stop stealing Pakistan’s water. Nestlé’s aggressive water grab is already descending like a plague on parts of Pakistan. In the small village of Bhati Dilwan, villagers have watched their water table sink hundreds of feet since Nestlé moved in. Children are getting sick from the foul-smelling sludge they’re forced to drink. Dirty water kills more children around the world than AIDS, malaria, war, and traffic accidents combined -- and Nestlé has a big hand in it. ********** More Information:
Reportage - Nestlé et le business de l'eau en bouteille ! Nestlé is sucking water from an Ontario watershed during drought conditions. Update: Wellington Water Watchers, Ecojustice and the Council of Canadians are celebrating Nestlé Canada Inc.’s move to back down from a bottled water fight after the groups challenged Nestlé on its attempt to have drought restrictions dropped from one of its water takings in Ontario.
Congratulations to the three groups for the big win in court. Please visit here for more information. Nestlé takes their water for free, bottles it, & sells it back to them · Stop Plastic Pollution · Causes.com. Lalitha Chelliah wants to Nestlé takes their water for free, bottles it, & sells it back to them. Nestle is a prime company for the nomination of "The world's biggest genocidal company" award.
This comp0any has promoted formula to communities that do not even have clean water for daily use. Around the world and the WHO has firmly recommended full breast feeding for babies everywhere and especially for babies in the developing world. Despite this the corporate laws around the world allow this company to exploit all the legal loop holes to promote formula to vulnerable communities. In addition to stealing water it also is involved in animal abuse.
Cows have to milked 2-3 times a day (in large amounts) when normally the calf will drink what it needs in small amounts. Stop Nestlé from extracting 265 million liters of fresh water for free. Last day to sign - We're incredibly close to 10,000 signatures.