Video: Who's Watching Over the Clean Drinking Water of the Great Lakes?

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A recently released 30-minute documentary from Great Lakes Now that examines some of the most pressing questions about the health of the largest supply of fresh drinking water on the planet is well worth your time.

Who's responsible for the health of the Great Lakes? Should companies like Nestle be allowed to bottle that water, for literal pennies on the dollar, and then sell it back to us in plastic bottles? Good questions all, and ones that everyone, not just those of us who live near the Great Lakes, should be considering.



Give it a watch below.




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