You don't need to be a legendary monkeywrencher like Edward Abbey to realize that the ban on plastic drinking bottles in Grand Canyon National Park is fraught with corporate politics.
This week’s news that the National Park Service has O.K.ed a ban on the sale of small disposable water bottles at the Grand Canyon National Park, reportedly over the objections of the Coca-Cola Company, a major donor, put me in mind of Edward Abbey.
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