Takeaways from the Water Hub’s Digital Accessibility Guide and River Network’s new Inclusive Communications Guide including accessible website and graphic design, ethical storytelling practices, SEO as an accessibility tool, and more.
How to generate excitement and awareness for water and climate policy issues by partnering with social media influencers and content creators.
In this issue briefing, we look back at one year of the Inflation Reduction Act and how local leaders hope to shape investments in Western water.
With billions in federal dollars available to help communities prepare for rising seas and stronger storms, we asked national and community leaders to share their work building flood resilience in frontline communities.
Learn photo and video tips including general principles and technical guidelines to help strengthen your visual storytelling skills.
How to reach different audiences using content like GIFs and memes and get creative with culture.
It’s Groundwater Awareness Week! In this blog, we dive into the invisible water source beneath our feet.
We put on our looking glasses to predict some of the hottest themes we expect (and hope) to see covered in water media this year.
Briget Arndell recaps a recent Water Hub workshop that discussed the the impact and importance of using water words that connect.
Nicole Lampe reflects on her experience at the One Water Summit, and the ways the language we use to talk about water can connect or exclude.
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.