Stories by Wenonah Hauter

Wenonah Hauter is the executive director of Food & Water Watch. subscribe to Wenonah Hauter's feed

Posted on: Jun 29, 2016, Source: AlterNet

The WATER Act will generate money for community water systems by taxing offshore corporate profits.

Posted on: Jun 24, 2016, Source: The New Press

For 40 years, successful Koch-funded schemes that favor the use of natural gas have meant dire consequences for the environment, consumers and our democracy.

Posted on: Jun 8, 2016, Source: EcoWatch

It's a road map for the changes we need to make to create a sustainable energy future.

Posted on: Mar 11, 2016, Source: AlterNet

Why is it that so many politicians are all about letting states make decisions on controversial issues—until some states want to do something that Big Food companies oppose?

Posted on: Nov 19, 2015, Source: EcoWatch

Despite stiff opposition by environmentalists and food safety advocates, the U.S. has given the green light for the controversial fish.

Posted on: Sep 25, 2015, Source: EcoWatch

Religious leaders across the U.S. use historic visit by the pro-climate pontiff to frame the anti-fracking message.

Posted on: Jul 30, 2015, Source: EcoWatch

Some senators want to let meat companies and international trade tribunals control information about where our food comes from.

Posted on: Apr 23, 2015, Source: Food & Water Watch

Biotech firm Oxitec have given no evidence to support claim that the modified insects will reduce dengue fever.

Posted on: Mar 20, 2015, Source: Food Tank

Corporations and their hired guns love confusing people about the science behind their questionable products.

Posted on: Feb 19, 2014, Source: Progressive Populist

Email reveals shockingly feeble oversight.

Posted on: May 8, 2013, Source: Other Words

Corporate consolidation has enabled Monsanto, Nestle, Kraft, McDonalds and other giant companies to determine what we eat.

Posted on: Jan 24, 2013, Source: The New Press

Wenonah Hauter's new book, "Foodopoly," delves deep into the history of the food system and how we can fix it.

Posted on: Sep 6, 2012, Source: Progressive Populist

The consequences of having a profit-driven multinational corporation controlling the supply of water to our homes.