On one hand, it’s an increasingly valuable commodity. On the other hand, it’s necessary for all life. We’re talking about water. While some countries are selling their water assets to private interests, there are also cities taking over private water companies; municipalization. Which works better? Is genuine water democracy possible? Who owns the future of water? Burt’s guest is Daniel Moss, coordinator of Our Water Commons. Moss says the answer is up to all of us.

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