"Real solutions must change systems and power structures."
Break Free From Plastic bins to end global plastic pollution by identifying these giant polluters and making them accountable.
Nestlé plans to take 1.1 million gallons of water per day from Ginnie Springs, which sits in the Santa Fe River in...
"It's time for Nestlé to really take some responsibility for the magnitude of its contribution to the problem."
In the U.S. specifically, a total of 70 cleanups determined that Nestlé, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola were the worst corporate plastic polluters, in that order.
"Sadly, the DEQ chose to give the green light to Nestlé to continue pumping our water..."
Residents are building a movement across the state – writing letter, holding town meetings and going door-to-door – to "protect their most important local resource."
Regardless of what the companies claim, the Big 10 do have the power and resources to address hunger and poverty within their supply chains.
Nestlé has been using a pipeline to take public water, in drought-stricken California, and use it for selling purposes on an expired permit from 1988.
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