Protecting it from overuse, pollution, and privatization.
Dry Run: Bostonians Learn to Appreciate Clean Water
by Chuck Collinsposted Jun 01, 2010
- On May 1st, Bostonians got a remarkable glimpse of our water commons and how we might respond to future disruptions.
Western Showdown: Saving the Klamath
by Alice Outwaterposted May 27, 2010
- How the tribes of the Klamath River stood up for the salmon—and won.
How Felton, Calif., Achieved Water Independence
by Tara Lohanposted May 27, 2010
- A tiny Californian town took back its water supply—and your town can too.
Food in Dry Times
by Frederick Kirschenmannposted May 27, 2010
- An old North Dakota farm is a laboratory for growing food when water runs short.
3 World Water Wins
by Maude Barlow, Anil Naidoo, Meera Karunananthanposted May 27, 2010
- Around the world, people are taking control of their water supply.
The Water We Need
by Madeline Ostranderposted May 27, 2010
- Senior editor Madeline Ostrander introduces the Water Solutions issue.
River Rescue: Citizen Riverkeepers Protect Their Waters
by Elizabeth Grossmanposted May 27, 2010
- Who protects the public's right to clean, accessible waterways? We do.
Protecting our Water Commons: Interview with Robert Kennedy Jr.
by Sarah van Gelderposted May 27, 2010
- We can be the most powerful protectors of our own sources of water.
Restoring California's Wild Watersheds
by Jane Braxton Littleposted May 27, 2010
- Why more water for wildlife means more water for people.
6 Simple Ways to Bring the Water Revolution Home
by Cleo Woelfle-Erskine, Berit Anderson, Ashlee Green, Keith Rutowskiposted May 27, 2010
- Get tight with your water budget, live large on dishwater, save some rain, and get your activist feet wet (really).
Water: Will There Be Enough?
by Sandra Postelposted May 27, 2010
- Dams and drills can’t create new water. Time to start working with nature.
It’s Everybody’s Water
posted May 19, 2010
- It's time we fall in love with the bundle of atoms that makes Earth possible.
posted May 13, 2010
- Learn how to reuse graywater, harvest rainwater, and install composting and dry toilets.
An Urban Wilderness in Milwaukee
by Eddee Danielposted May 13, 2010
- The Menomonee River watershed in Milwaukee is what Eddee Daniel calls an "urban wilderness", and it is something that should and can exist in every American town and city.
A Sea Change :: Film Trailer
posted May 13, 2010
- Hidden below the waves, ocean acidification is wreaking havoc on marine ecosystems.