Posts Tagged water

Neoliberalism was the Grounding for the Sacrifice of Flint to Capital, yet Obama Thinks Neoliberalism will Save Flint

The poverty of thought in American policy making bears some similarity to the meager budgets of public water utilities. With the sacrifice zone of Flint present in the public consciousness, where cuts to indispensable public services were the cost of corporate tax cuts, the Obama administration is positioning private capital as the solution to the […]

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On Wasting Water on Recycling

My uncle posed an interesting question on Facebook and I thought I’d share the dialogue, in continuing efforts to showcase the cognitive nature of moral dilemmas. His comment: “OK, here’s sumthin: water is a precious resource, soon to be privatized, if global trends are any indication. from my experience, most corporate recycling programs are a […]

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