‘Transparency in the Water Sector’ Live Broadcast Review

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This morning, I was energized to listen to a live broadcast of the “Transparency in the Water Sector” panel discussion hosted by Water for People. This talk featured a variety of professional development practitioners, and viewers were tweeting about the event at #waterhonesty. I’m not an expert on water-project transparency, and this talk was a […]

Water-Art Activism Hits New York City

Word Above The Street

It always strikes me how a small but creative idea can spread spurring people around it to see the world in a new way. Or its ability to influence individuals to engage in positive change. Word Above the Street is one such idea. Mary Jordan wants to “draw attention to Water as a precious resource […]

Water, Sanitation, and the 2010 G8 Summit

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From June 25 to June 26, leaders from eight of the “major advanced economies” in the world will converge for the G8 Summit in Canada to discuss important matters. PM Harper from Canada said this year’s Summit will focus on “key challenges related to development, and international peace and security.” All priority issues for the […]

Tap Project Radio: Music for Water, Music for Life

Tap Project Radio Link

To celebrate today – World Water Day – UNICEF has released Tap Project Radio. I was going to wait to tell you this in my formal post regarding World Water Day, but it’s too terrific to wait. Tune your computer dial to Tap Project Radio to listen to chill music and make a donation that […]

Water Justice Movement Gearing up for the 5th World Water Forum

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The water justice movement is gearing up for the 5th World Water Forum to be held during World Water Week from March 16th – 22nd in Istanbul, Turkey. They will host a Counter Forum during the event to educate people about the water justice movement, the problems with privatization of water supplies, and the importance […]

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