These two interviews were filmed in the rural community of Milano in Costa Rica in 2011. Xinia Briceño (Environmental Activism) describes a ten-year struggle to prevent pineapple production expanding over community land and contaminating the water supply with agrochemicals used in the production process at a local pineapple plantation; and Eliseth Urbina (Poor Water) speaks about the effects on her and her family of drinking contaminated water.
Xinia Briceño and Eliseth Urbina are members of ASADA (Xinia is the President) which is the Asociación Administradora de los Sistemas de Acueductos y Alcantarillados Comunal - the Association for the Administration of the aqueduct and canalisation system. ASADA is a member of FRENASAPP, a national network of organisations and individuals affected by pineapple production.
They are also part of FONAFIFO, a state agency that issues Certification for Environmental Services and gives forest credits for sustainable cultivation and forest management and which support the ASADA in groundwater management.