The water crisis is the mother of all environmental crises. To talk about the struggle for water is to talk about health, diseases, food, deforestation, agriculture, monocultures or its industrial uses. Today, as water runs out for several Mexican cities, it is the indigenous peoples who are sounding the alarm.
As its name says, the caravan is not against this or that government, it is against capitalist dispossession and against the governments that sustain it. It is against the destruction that is disguised as progress. The environmentalism of the peoples, that which is built from below and to the left, invites us to change the questions — development for whom and at what cost?