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16 July 2019

So. Africa: Labour union threatens litigation and protests against govt. & companies responsible for water contamination

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8 November 2018

Pakistan: Audit report finds Nestle Pakistan extracting and wasting water without any costs

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4 October 2018

While Nestlé extracts millions of litres from their land, residents have no drinking water

Author: Alexandra Shimo, The Guardian

[W]hile [residents] do without water... Nestlé, the world's biggest bottler, is extracting up to 3.6m litres of water daily from nearby Six Nations treaty land. "Six Nations did not approve [of Nestlé pumping]," [Dawn] Martin-Hill [a Six Nations local...

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Mientras que la Universidad Industrial de Santander decidió terminar los convenios de investigación alrededor de la explotación subterránea de oro que emprenderá Sociedad Minera de Santander, Minesa (parte de Mundaba Development & Investment...

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20 January 2015

UN Global Compact’s CEO Water Mandate launches guidance for companies on how to respect human rights to water & sanitation

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