In recent years, an international movement of workers, social advocates, human rights groups and environmental organizations has come together to put human and ecological issues back on the political agenda. They are forming powerful alliances with one another to affect government policy in their own countries and around the world and to dismantle or reform global institutions working against them. Public educators are meeting with one another to stem the assault on public education. Environmentalists are working together to slow the progress of international trade agreements. International anti-poverty activists meet regularly to forge a new international "Social Contract" for adoption by governments.
Similar groups are coming together to forge links and take direct action to protect water.
International law must be developed that recognizes and enforces the social obligations of global capital in the interests of the global "water commons." Most important, the citizens of planet earth must move, and quickly, if we are to save it.
Water is life: God´s gift and human responsibility.