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Jo Miles

Jo Miles is the Digital Program Director for Food and Water Watch. 

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Who's Banking on the Dakota Access Pipeline?

The Standing Rock Sioux are inspiring the world with their resistance against the pipeline. But it’s not just Big Oil and Gas that they’re opposing.

Jo Miles ·


Countdown to GMO Labeling - But We're Not There Yet

If Vermont’s GMO labeling law goes into effect next week, it’ll have implications across the country. But a terrible new bill in the Senate could take that away.

Jo Miles ·


Who Will Replace Our Century-Old Water Pipes?

Aging pipes are putting our clean drinking water at risk. It’s time to fund the fixes we need to our water systems – and here’s how we can do it.

Jo Miles ·


Fighting Mosquitoes with GMO Mosquitoes

A biotech company wants to unleash genetically engineered mosquitoes in Florida – but their plan could do as much harm as good.

Jo Miles ·


Is It GMO? When Printing a Label on a Package Is Too Easy…

The food industry’s latest ploy would pretend to label GMOs while making it more difficult to tell what’s in your food.

Jo Miles ·


Lessons from Flint and the Price of Water Privatization

U.S. communities are shifting toward keeping their water infrastructure public, and that’s a good thing. But stopping water privatization is only the first step.

Mary Grant ·


America’s Water Crisis Goes Beyond Flint

The water crisis in Flint shows how badly we need to fund clean water. So why is the Obama Administration cutting federal support for our water infrastructure?

Jo Miles ·


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