WWALS is an advocacy organization working for watershed conservation
of the Willacoochee, Withlacoochee, Alapaha, and Little River
Systems watershed in south Georgia and north Florida through
awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen advocacy.
PS: They also recorded
which starts out on what may sound like a completely different topic,
but which is actually quite related.
It’s the country that turned its back on McDonald’s.
The fast food giant added the traditional llajwa sauce to its
classic patties, but still Bolivians weren’t conviced.
So after five years, McDonald’s closed its eight branches and left
the country in 2002.
Now a new documentary, “¿Por qué quebró McDonald’s en Bolivia?”,
explores why McDonald’s failed. Filmmaker Fernando Martinez focuses
on social and cultural aspects to explain the company’s lack of
success. “Culture beat a transnational, globalized world,” he said.