Groundwater Extraction and Bottled Water: Lessons from Maine

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In this podcast, Emily Posner, water activist, community organizer, grassroots lobbyist and legal worker speaks about the experience of Maine communities struggling to maintain control over their water resources as multinational corporations seek to withdraw ever increasing amounts of water for the bottled water industry.

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Waterville (ME) Opera House packed for World Premiere of “Tapped”

Over 250 people packed the Waterville (ME) Opera House for the World Premiere of “Tapped” on Sunday, July 12. Stephanie Soechtig’s debut feature is an unflinching examination of the big business of bottle water.

Grassroots organizations from Fryeburg, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Wells, Shapleigh and Newfield celebrated before the film with the Tapped production team.

Photos – All photos copyright V. Kelly Bellis; can be freely used with proper credit. High-resolution pictures are available upon request.

Local Water Activists Speak Out – Independent video

“Tapped” audience reactions – Independent video

      1. Interview with Stephanie Soechtig@http://www.radio4all.net/files/henhouse23
– WKHN radio, Keene, NH

News VideoWCSH-TV, Portland

ReviewLarry Grard, Kennebec Journal

“Tapped” movie websiteWatch segment about privatization

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