Day Zero – A Water Warning

By Stephanie Sheng for No Water No Life (NWNL) Edited by NWNL Director, Alison Jones Stephanie Sheng is a passionate strategist for environmental and cultural conservation. Having worked in private and commercial sectors, she now uses her branding and communications expertise to drive behavior change that will help protect our natural resources. Inspired by conservation…

Summer Saturday on the Hudson

Following Rivers with Alison M. Jones Artist Talk on Saturday 7/11 from 6-7:30pm Join me as I share the inspiration and creative process behind photographs taken while on expedition in Africa and North America for No Water No Life ®. Following Rivers, curated by Jasmine Graf, is a compelling collection of giclee photographs grouped together…

Oysters for the Raritan and Hudson Bays

NWNL focuses on solutions to watershed degradation as much as it does on watershed threats. This spring, NWNL guest writer Carly Shields is investigating an exciting innovative approach to reducing pollution and stabilizing shorelines in the New Jersey-New York Raritan and Hudson Bays. Her first report begins: “Oysters are more than something you're served at…

Protect Our Water Resources

  NYC SAFE Disposal Events in Spring 2014 (held rain or shine): Sun, May 4 - Brooklyn, McCarren Park Sat, May 10 - Bronx, Orchard Beach Parking Lot Sun, May 11 - Manhattan, Union Square, North Plaza Sat, May 17 - Staten Island, Midland Beach Parking Lot For more info - http://www.nyc.gov/html/nycwasteless/html/events/bwprr_safe.shtml https://www.facebook.com/NYCRecycles https://twitter.com/nycrecycles -…

United Nations Commemoration of the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Today NWNL and NYC welcomes the arrival of Native Americans and Allies paddling from Albany to NYC along the Hudson River in the spirit of environmental responsibility. The Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign is a partnership between six Native American Haudenosaunee Nations (Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora) and the Neighbors of the Onondaga…