Systems thinking, respecting the Yarra River, and the future of water stewardship at the Water Innovation Lab Australia 2018.

Published by Thenexusjournalist Originally published on The Nexus Journalist on May 30, 2018 I’m a water engineer with a keen interest in urban water issues, including water security, creating liveable cities, and developing easily adoptable sustainable practices for businesses and the community. I’d love to hear your thoughts on anything and everything. VIEW ALL POSTS BY THENEXUSJOURNALIST OK,…

Youth Action for Canadian Water Literacy—An Interview with Canada’s Great Water Adventure Book Authors!

by Olivia Allen, Waterlution Project Lead for Youth Programs Canada’s Great Water Adventure is a children’s storybook written by four very dedicated Waterlution Youth Advisory Board volunteers, Dorothy Graham, Ellen Stitt, Jill Pelkey and Stephanie Woodworth. After months of writing, illustrating, crowdfunding and marketing, the authors reflect together on what they’ve learned and accomplished so…

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF WATERLUTION: PART TWO OF THREE INTERVIEW SERIES WITH PRESIDENT KAREN KUN

Written By Laura Palumbo, Writer, Producer and Communications Specialist  In this three-part interview series with Founder and President, Karen Kun, Karen looks back at the past 15 years of growing Waterlution, and ahead to future plans for her organization.   LP: In what different ways have you grown Waterlution in the past 15 years? KK: Since the…

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF WATERLUTION & WORLD WATER DAY: PART THREE INTERVIEW SERIES WITH PRESIDENT KAREN KUN

Written By Laura Palumbo, Writer, Producer and Communications Specialist. Happy World Water Day and welcome to the finale of this three-part interview series with Founder and President, Karen Kun. With tons of memories to celebrate over the past 15 years of growing her organization, Karen discusses the many ways that Waterlution continues to build off of…

Celebrating 15 Years of Waterlution: A Three-Part Interview Series with President Karen Kun

Written By Laura Palumbo, Writer, Producer and Communications Specialist  In this three-part interview series with Founder and President, Karen Kun, we look back at the beginnings of the organization—how did Waterlution come to be, how has it grown over 15 years—and finally, we’ll look at the future of Waterlution, and what kinds of water questions…

SPOTLIGHT ON GREAT ART FOR GREAT LAKES: ARTIST INTERVIEW SERIES FEATURING JULIA WHITE

This week we’re sharing our conversation with Julia White, artist behind The Ripple Project, the winning proposal for Great Art for Great Lakes Owen Sound. On October 27th, 2017, The Ripple Project was officially unveiled to the public at The Roxy Theatre with the help of Mayor Ian Boddy and MPP Bill Walker. The Ripple Project is a series of laser-cut steel…