Resisting commercialization of water supply
Description: Water is part of the earth's heritage and must be preserved in the public domain for all time and be protected by strong local, national and international laws.
Claim: Who owns water? Should anyone? Should it be privatized? What rights do transnational corporations have to buy water systems? Should it be traded as a commodity in the open market? What laws are needed to protect water? What is the role of government? How do those in water- rich countries share with those in water-poor countries? Who is the custodian for nature's lifeblood?
Subjects: Commerce UtilitiesResistance
Type Classification: E: Emanations of other strategies