A recap of the Water Hub’s February 22 media briefing on community-led clean water and climate projects in the Great Lakes region that are getting a boost from federal infrastructure funding.
Dive into a new year of narrative predictions with the Water Hub where we look at the stories behind climate resilience.
Recapping some of the highlights for the Color of Water network in 2023. Media love, social media shoutouts, and more!
Water Hub and waterloop announce the launch of the Color of Water podcast series to highlight experts of color in the water sector.
Two years after the Bipartisan Law allocated billions for clean water and climate readiness, we asked Great Lakes leaders to share an update on where federal funds are being spent in the region, and what’s needed to help disinvested communities take advantage of this one-in-a-lifetime opportunity to tackle long-standing problems like lead pipes and legacy pollution.
Our team looks back at some of our favorite solutions journalism from 2023.
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.
We look back on the media conversation around Western water supply, safety, and access in this year’s scan of water news.
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.
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.
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.
How our Color of Water diverse speakers bureau shined in water media and online in 2021.