N O T E S
1 Making a Killing, by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Cen-
ter for Public Integrity (Washington), 28 Oct. 2002, at www.publicintegrity.org.
1 Two recent, excellent reports on the earth’s dire water crisis are Barlow and Clarke,
Blue Gold: The Fight to Stop the Corporate Theft of the World’s Water, 3–50, and Postel,
Last Oasis, 27–37.
2 Ridgeway, The Politics of Ecology, 18.
3 World Resources Institute, Pilot Analysis of Global Ecosystems (Washington, Oct.
4 Sampat, Deep Trouble, 154. This Worldwatch paper provides a valuable detailed
discussion of pollution of groundwater.
5 U.S. National Research Council, as quoted in Sampat, Deep Trouble, 18; Kolpin et al.,
‘‘Pharmaceuticals, Hormones, and Other Organic Wastewater Contaminants in U.S.
Streams, 1999–2000,’’ 1202-11.
6 Sampat, Deep Trouble, 32.
7 Phillips and Project Censored, Censored 2001, 39–44.
8 ‘‘Water Investment Bill Wrongly Promotes Privatization of Critical Public Resource’’