As Mexico City grows some residents experience water shortages

No one can prove that Mexico City's water is running out because the government doesn't disclose the condition of its water aquifer.
Apr 25, 2018

An Evening with Thomas Jefferson: “The Crucible of Our Democracy”

Join Clay Jenkinson, host of NPR’s “The Thomas Jefferson Hour”, in a performance as Thomas Jefferson in “A Crucible of Democracy”. Humanist scholar, first winner of the National Humanities Medal, Jenkinson’s much acclaimed performances are both thoughtful and mesmerizing, as he gets to the heart of the author of the Declaration of Independence, foibles and […]
Oct 15, 2017
Rituja Indapure. (Photo by The Seattle Globalist)

Rituja Indapure: “Consume less. Recycle more. Listen to your mom”

"Consume less. Recycle more. Listen to your mom"
Mar 13, 2016
A newly installed water system in Ilamu Muja, Ethiopia. Many small towns and villages in Ethiopia lack access to basic water and sanitation of any kind. Photo by Alex Stonehill.

Not buying it: keeping world’s water safe, public and out of the bottle

Concerned about global water issues? Turn your attention right here to Washington state.
Jul 30, 2013