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A conversation with Maggie Sanders, the Executive Secretary for the Nisqually Department of Natural Resources, about the importance of storytelling, the transference of traditional ecological knowledge and how to reclaim your voice.
Maggie Sanders has a commanding presence. That thought emerges and crystallizes within a few seconds of meeting her. She gives me a rundown of the projects she’s currently tackling … [more…]
In the Southwest they use to say “Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting…”, meaning water is a very precious resource. Always has been and always will be, just watch the classic movie “Chinatown.”
This has only become more and more true over time as populations and economies have grown. Needless to say, water rates are only going up from here as there is more and more pressure … [more…]
This summer, Labatt USA will release limited-edition “Loving Michigan” graphic cans of Labatt Blue and Labatt Blue Light, which feature popular summer water destinations in Michigan including Mackinac Island, Grand Haven State Park, Turnip Rock and Ambassador Bridge.
The partnership and investments align with Labatt USA’s triple bottom line approach. The beer company prioritizes people, planet and profit, which includes measuring, reducing and mitigating its impact on the environment and … [more…]
The three major challenges in the water sector can be summed up as too little, too much or too dirty.
Water use over the last century has been growing by more than twice the rate of population increase. A central challenge for sustainable development is how to balance the competing uses of water; ensure that the needs of all are met – especially the poor and marginalised – and that … [more…]
The wind industry has all but destroyed water supplies in Chatham-Kent, Ontario. Hammering hundreds of giant steel piles (the foundations for 300 tonne turbines) into the aquifer across the county has turned once potable water into a grimy, toxic sludge. Locals are, justifiably, incensed.
Losing their water supply would be bad enough, and being lied to by wind industry goons has its own special charm, of course. But it’s the … [more…]