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Mission Statement

Corporate Accountability International is a membership organization that protects people by waging and winning campaigns challenging irresponsible and dangerous corporate actions around the world. Through bold campaigns and a commitment to win, Corporate Accountability International and its members have scored major victories that protect people and save lives.

For 30 years, we've forced corporations--like Nestlé, General Electric and Philip Morris/Altria--to stop abusive actions. We are now challenging corporate control of water and working to galvanize support for strong public water systems.

Description

We wage campaigns that challenge irresponsible and dangerous corporate actions around the world. We're a membership organization. Our work ranges from organizing consumer boycotts--like the Nestlé Boycott in the late 70s around aggressive infant formula marketing--to advancing international law, like the global tobacco treaty we helped to pass in 2003.

We've won major victories impacting the influence of the infant formula, nuclear weapons and tobacco industries. Right now we're launching a new campaign to address corporate abuse of our food. Our primary campaign is Think Outside the Bottle, challenging corporate control of water and working to galvanize support for strong public water systems.

What is Think Outside the Bottle?

Corporate Accountability International's Think Outside the Bottle campaign challenges corporate control of water and galvanizes support for strong public water systems. The campaign is mobilizing public officials, institutions, restaurants and tens of thousands of individuals to pledge to Think Outside the Bottle, which means opting for tap water over bottled water and making a commitment to support strong public water systems.

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http://www.stopcorporateabuse.org

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