Please LIKE our photo on FB in a Biodiversity Int'l photo contest! It shows a reason for hope that the 300 thousand people who depend on Lake Turkana will not resort to conflict as they watch their lake disappear… Negotiating environmental justice Can international attention halt dam projects? As Ethiopia's Omo River is depleted by … Continue reading Please LIKE our photo on FB in a Biodiversity Int’l photo contest!
The Mekong River in Southesast Asia is one of the world’s longest waterways, and flows through 6 countries: China, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. In November of 2014, NWNL followed the Mekong River from Chiang Khong, Thailand to Luang Prabang, Laos. This is part of the main stem of the river. Fish make … Continue reading Future of the Mekong River is at risk
Following Rivers with Alison M. Jones Artist Talk on Saturday 7/11 from 6-7:30pm Join me as I share the inspiration and creative process behind photographs taken while on expedition in Africa and North America for No Water No Life ®. Following Rivers, curated by Jasmine Graf, is a compelling collection of giclee photographs grouped together … Continue reading Summer Saturday on the Hudson
Anticipating the Fourth of July U.S. holiday, we think of “independence,” which makes me think of Independence, Missouri. Now a suburb of Kansas City, this city was originally the point of departure of our California, Oregon and Santa Fe Trails. At the crossroads of the Missouri, Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, Independence was the hometown of … Continue reading 4th of July ASSOCIATIONS: Independence–Missouri–Mississippi River–Mark Twain