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"Nestlé outbids small Ontario municipality to buy well for bottled water"(The Globe and Mail)

Nestlé, which can already take up to 3.6 million litres of water a day for bottling at its site in nearby Aberfoyle, Ont., bought the well from Middlebrook Water Company last month after having made a conditional offer in 2015. (the Globe and Mail)

Environmental Politics

Wild Law Lecture

Delivered in Anglo-American University, Prague 19/11/15

It is sometimes observed in jurisprudence how Hitler came to power by legal means and continued to govern in accordance with the German constitution. 5,397 more words

Blackness, Food, and State-Sanctioned Violence

Ashanté M. Reese, PhD

I began research on food access in Washington, D.C., knowing that I wanted to learn about a) what people were eating b) where they were shopping, and c) how (if at all) they engaged urban agriculture movements. 627 more words

Anthropology

"Catfished by a Catfish: 1 in 5 Seafood Samples Is Fake, Report Finds" (NY Times)

Seafood lovers, are you getting “catfished” at the dinner table?

It’s very possible. One in five seafood samples tested worldwide turns out to be completely different from what the menu or packaging says, according to a…

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Public Health

Fermentation for Health & Social Change.

Earlier this summer, Octopus Alchemy was asked to participate in a program of talks and seminars, held for the community by the Brighton Natural Health Centre (BNHC). 264 more words

Food Politics

Feeding the Fight Against the Dakota Access Pipeline

Supply Drives for the Red Warrior and Sacred Stone Camps in US Cities on Monday 19 September… am sure you can search for updates and addresses after this date– if you have good info, please leave it in the comments…

Food Politics