Volume 17 (Spring 2021)
EcoPeace Middle East is pursuing a plan so visionary and audacious that it offers all of us a paradigm for tackling climate change.
Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper is restoring shorelines to stop erosion, restore wildlife habitat, and filter pollution.
Our Yarra Riverkeeper team is pursuing a vision of regenerating the Yarra corridor of Victoria, Australia.
As O‘ahu Waterkeeper builds oyster colonies, it’s also building future carbon sinks — at a time our oceans desperately need them.
Nepal’s Karnali River is one of the longest undammed rivers on Earth. Karnali Riverkeeper Megh Ale is making sure it stays that way.
Tonle Sap Lake Waterkeeper works to empower local communities to claim their right to natural resource management.
Among all the major impacts of climate change in Peru, the loss of 40% of its glaciers in the last 40 years stands out.
As we take steps to protect our coastlines from flooding, we must make sure we don’t inflict further damage to our rivers or environment.
Qiantang River Waterkeeper’s River Angels program offers China’s schoolchildren a chance to get involved with protecting the environment.
Mangrove planting is an ecosystem-based flood resilience method that empowers women in environmental protection.
Blue Water Baltimore is a science-based watershed organization in central Maryland tackling Baltimore’s top pollutants.
Cartagena Baykeeper is stepping up to protect against climate change in Colombia as extreme weather conditions are a new reality.
How a Grassroots Movement Fought Fossil Fuel Exports in the Pacific Northwest — and Won.
Dam removals, no matter how small or large, are desirable for both biodiversity and climate action.
Planned dams on Peru’s Marañón River present a threat not just to the climate, but to the people, ecology, and culture.
After years of advocacy, Bargny Coast Waterkeeper is celebrating the closure of the Sendou coal-fired power station in Senegal.
Los Angeles Waterkeeper’s constitutional challenge could pave the way for massive water recycling in the Golden State.
Few cities embody the complexity of the climate crisis more than Houston, the low-lying city along the upper Texas coast.
Sunny-day flooding and record-setting hurricane seasons are some of the climate change threats Miami lives with daily.
In the American Midwest, the climate crisis is nearly synonymous with the water crisis, and nature-based solutions are much needed.