Nestlé has a stranglehold on the small town of Vittel, France.
Year after year, it pumps millions of gallons of precious groundwater from the town to sell at an outrageous markup. And year after year, Vittel’s people watch as their water levels plummet. They’re now facing their fourth straight year of drought!
It’s an ecological disaster, but a small group of brave residents are organizing their community to fight back against this corporate giant -- and they need our help.
Nestlé is already facing a lawsuit in France for pumping water without permission. And with local groups on the offensive from the US to Canada to Switzerland, the company is in panic mode. After years of pumping VIttel dry, this could finally be the moment they sound the retreat and leave this town in peace.
That’s exactly what these volunteer residents are fighting for -- but right now they’re paying for everything out of their own pocket: expert legal advice, demonstrations, and travel for advocacy meetings. And unless we help them, they’ll run out of money in weeks.
Will you help these water warriors organize their community and beat back Nestlé’s greed?