MY HERO Celebrates Worldwide Water Conservation Heroes
The United Nations General Assembly designated March 22, 1993 as the first World Water Day to celebrate the importance of fresh water and managing our fresh water resources. This year the focus is on nurturing opportunities for cooperation in managing the waters that cross borders and link us together. “Whether we live upstream or downstream, we are all in the same boat.”
By: David Kelly
founded Waves for Water, which works on the front-line to provide clean water.
A polluted river in China becomes the site of a water park that provides a safe place for children’s play, a celebration of water’s beauty, and a cleansing of the water itself.
'No Butts' Measure Inspired by Ingenious Woodbridge Siblings
By: Joseph Straw <br>Washington Bureau <br>Reprinted with permission from the <i...
Three Woodbridge siblings' bid to stop smokers from using the world as their ashtray has been heard on Capitol Hill. "No Butts About It," is the name of the campaign founded by teens Amy, Allie and David Steinmetz.
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders
are working to change the world.
Jason Expedition Disappearing Wetlands
"The mission of this JASON Expedition is to work with our host researchers to better understand what wetlands are, why they are disappearing, and how to best manage these ecosystems in Louisiana, in your neighborhood, and around the world."
Worldwide Wetland Conservation
By: Staff Writer
Learn about Wetlands the world over and the heroes saving them.
By: Jeff Klamer
Water is Life
By: The Art Miles Mural Project
Purple Tube Sponges
By: Jim Dean
Vibrant color and form at Vaerssenbaai, Curacao.
love our ocean
By: Vienca Wan Ka CHAN
Jon Rose - Humanitarian Hero
Producer: Tom Aiello of HURLEY International
Humanitarian Jon Rose brings clean water to the people of Haiti.
Healing Waters (Jeff and Wendy Dean's Guatemalan Adventure)
Producer: Jeff and Wendy Dean
Jeff and Wendy Dean travel to Guatemala to research the issue of clean water.
New Faces of Engineering: Jacquelin Reed
Producer: Juli Reed
Jacquelin Reed is a young civil engineer from Laguna Beach, and she is driven to make clean water accessible to all communities.
Producer: Deandrea Lottier
Creative students from Taft High School express the importance of conserving water.
Running for Water
Producer: Polly Green
Jin Zedell started a worldwide movement for runners to raise funds for clean drinking water.
See, Listen, Speak: Ngarrindjeri's being heard
Producer: Carl Kuddell
This AWARD WINNING documentary presents the real impact the water crisis is having on the Coorong and its people.
Global Focus V - Ecuador
Producer: Will Parrinello - Producer /John Antonelli - Director
A few brave men fight to protect the beauty of the Ecuadorian Rainforest and the lives of the people who live there.
Don't Give it All Away
Producer: Slater Jewell-Kemker
Slater uses this wonderful song by World Party to promote youth activism.
The Cola Kayak
Producer: Jody Lemmon
An adventure down the LA river on a kayak made of recycled materials. 2008