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Maude Barlow (2 items)

  • There is simply no way to overstate the water crisis of the planet today. Many now predict that the wars of this century will be over water.

    • Maude Barlow,
    • in Anita Roddick, Take It Personally ()
  • While governments have been slow in coming to terms with this crisis, the prviate sector has identified water as the last great untapped natural resource to be exploited for profit. Giant transnational water, food, energy, and shipping corporations are doing all in their power to kick-start the trade in 'blue gold.' Their goal is to make water a private commodity, sold and traded on the open market.

    • Maude Barlow,
    • in Anita Roddick, Take It Personally ()

Maude Barlow, Canadian activist, writer

(1947)

Full name: Maude Victoria Barlow