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Author Karen Piper Shines a Light on 'The Price of Thirst'

August 11, 2015

Who profits from the privatization of water - and who pays? 

Karen Piper spent seven years exploring the causes and implications of water privatization across the globe. Last fall, she published her findings in "The Price of Thirst: Global Water Inequality and the Coming Chaos."

We caught up with Karen on her way to the World Affairs Council of Oregon this week.

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