Tag Archives: access to clean water

Revenge of the Fatberg

FOG is no fun. Continue reading

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We Are Water Protectors

Stories and prophecies surrounding Mother Earth and Father Sky are abundant in indigenous folklore where Indigenous People have long protected the earth from those who would seek to abuse her resources. That’s why it is so wonderful to see that … Continue reading

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Here, There, and Everywhere: The Problem with Microplastics in Water and What Women Scientists are Doing to Solve It

Read all about it in wH2O, The Journal of Gender and Water, Volume 8 (2021) right here.  

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Plastic Bank

[ PLASTIC BANK Okay, since this is supposed to be a feel-good blog post, I’m not going to bury you in plastic statistics the way we are ourselves being buried in the real thing, but I will shed a dash … Continue reading

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World Toilet Day and the East Kolkata Wetlands

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Janjay – A Story About Water

This year I joined the Board of the Global Water Alliance in Philadelphia and have gotten to see first hand just how extensive a reach the GWA has.  So many of our GWA partners are writers, educators, academics, and leaders … Continue reading

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WATWB – GI

WATWB – GI (Green Infrastructure) Do not despair our present difficulties, but believe always in the promise and greatness of America because nothing is inevitable here.  Americans never quit. We never surrender.  We never hide from history.  We make history. … Continue reading

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Earth Day 2018

  EARTH DAY 2018 The State of the Planet and What You Can Do to Help Fix It So here we are again, April 22, Earth Day, the one day a year that belongs to the “Mother of us all,” Senator Gaylord … Continue reading

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Cowa — The Journey Continues

The Journey Continues There are many kinds of people in the world, doers and dreamers, concrete and abstract thinkers, queen bees and worker bees, some that see the world as a challenge, a mountain to be scaled and conquered, others … Continue reading

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Reclaim the Commons

Reclaim the Commons        Back in the 70’s, America had a little oil shortage problem when the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Companies (OAPEC) cut us off. The facts are convoluted — a Arab-Israeli war beginning in October … Continue reading

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