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Interview with Food and Water Watch Director Wenonah Hauter – connecting Fracking struggles internationally.

Why is it important to connect resistance struggles internationally? And, what have we learned about how to do this more effectively? These are among the questions we asked Wenonah Hauter of Food and Water Watch on her recent tour of the UK and Ireland.

The US fracking experience, according to Food and Water Watch Director Wenonah Hauter, should be a cautionary tale for movements on the other side of the Atlantic. In a recent short interview before the presentation of her book in Ireland, we spoke with the internationally renowned expert on the importance of connecting struggles in different places and learning from examples of successful resistance in order to strengthen the anti-fracking movement in Europe and internationally.

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Interview with Food and Water Watch Director Wenonah Hauter – connecting Fracking struggles internationally.
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