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Article on Huffington Post regarding reactions to water privatization in Greece | SAVEGREEKWATER

Greece knows a thing or two about democracy. And as an increasingly arid nation, good water management is fundamental to its future, both political and physical. The recent financial crisis hasn’t only tested Greek democracy, but its water as well.

via Article on Huffington Post regarding reactions to water privatization in Greece | SAVEGREEKWATER.

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BBC News – How much does your water company leak?

The water industry in England and Wales loses 3.36 billion litres of water a day in leaks.

The water companies are investing in improvements to their network and leaks are now 35% lower than in the mid-1990s.

However, if all the pipes could be fixed it would save enough water to supply 22.4 million people every day.

read via BBC News – How much does your water company leak?.

Water and sanitation are a human right – sign now!

***** PLEAS HELP SPREAD ******
NECESSARILY NEED MORE SIGNATURES FROM DIFFERENT COUNTRIES !!!!!!

sign now, click hier:

(and then hit “support” and chose your country – there are different obligate information neded in different countries, this is an official European Citien Initiative ! dont be scared 🙂 )

we really must get this initivaive populare in more countries, we need 7 countries at lesat to fullfill their amount of signatures, otherwise the EC commission will not hav to take note at all,3 countries are well for now (germany, austria, belgium) so we need at lest 4 more counries !!! thx to all who help spread this! it must get in to main evening proggam tv oallover europe!!!

Water is a public good, not a commodity. We invite the European Commission to propose legislation implementing the human right to water and sanitation as recognised by the United Nations, and promoting the provision of water and sanitation as essential public services for all. The EU legislation should require governments to ensure and to provide all citizens with sufficient and clean drinking water and sanitation. We urge that:

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