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Nature_and_Environment.5

The Environment and Politics

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{Nature_and_Environment.5.108}: Glen McBeth {glenbob123} Sun, 10 Apr 2005 06:21:40 CDT (17 lines)

It is absolutely moral.

I disagree that "stuff rarely works that way".

It almost always works that way-  That is, they (producers) actually
almost always put production facilities where the cost of inputs are
lowest.

To me, Coke appears to be the whipping boy here because they are
American and because they are the rich guys on the block.

Compare the industry to any other industry, as far as water use is
concerned-  I don't think they look that bad.

How much water (after cleaning etc.) is used by the local pottery
factory to make a pound of pottery, or a restraunt to produce a
pound of food, etc?

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