In this issue briefing on the impacts and health concerns of toxic algae, we also dig into the climate connection and available solutions.
Recap of our latest workshop on the key elements of planning a successful press event.
Arohi Sharma shares the importance of soil health, soil’s relationship to water quality, and key takeaways from NRDC’s latest regenerative agriculture report.
I draw from past experiences, and incorporate new learnings, to help uplift underrepresented voices in water through the Color of Water initiative. Advancing water equity is at the center of my work.
Strategies from four artists and organizers on equitable engagement in climate & movement work.
Four artists and organizers whose work give insight into how to work equitably with creators and inspire change.
A panel discussion with local environmental justice leaders highlights practices and policies that can build drought resilience and address long standing climate challenges from groundwater to infrastructure and more!
Coverage of Covid-19 crisis and police brutality made 2021 a stand-out year for climate coverage, however, the problematic trend of whose voices are featured in climate coverage still exists.
Late last month, the Water Hub offered a Western water polling update for our network, sharing toplines from seven recent polls, and ideas for how this research can inform advocacy communications.
In this photo essay, we toured water infrastructure, restoration projects, Tribal lands, and agricultural areas along the Colorado River.
As another Groundwater Awareness Week goes by and World Water Day arrives, we’ve compiled facts and resources about a lesser known hero to humanity: groundwater.
In this March Maven’s Notebook column, we spoke with Restore the Delta’s Science Coordinator, Spencer Fern, and Policy Analyst, Tim Stroshane, about the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, and how water gets moved around (or not) in California.
Talking points for use around the February 28 IPCC report, to help elevate water in the climate conversation, and make the case for climate-smart water projects like green infrastructure.
Infrastructure implementation, climate, and industrial ag: we’re looking ahead at the key themes we expect to see in 2022 water media.
Spotting themes and data trends on Water Twitter in 2021.
We spoke with Kameron Hurt about drought impacts in LA, the importance of water and power as a human right, and how Repower LA is working to protect Los Angeleans from the burden of utility debt.
The Water Hub is grateful to have had the opportunity this past year to work on some impactful efforts for the water justice community. Here are eight of our proudest moments from 2021.