Nestlé Competition for the Guarani Aquifer Threatens Guarani Land Rights

Just three years ago, the Swiss transnational food and drink company Nestlé established a zero-tolerance policy on land grabs. The company’s Commitment on Land & Land Rights was as clear as day. As of July 2014, Nestlé would “engage with and seek the support of those who could be affected by investment decisions,” they would […]

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