“Meet The Man Who Quit His Job & Has Cleaned 93 Lakes & Ponds Across 14 Indian States…

Full Article Link to The Indian Times "Turning a blind eye to trash might be natural for many, but for Chennai-based environmentalist Arun Krishnamurthy, watching garbage being dumped in a nearby pond was the impetus to quit his well-paying job at Google and launch an eco-movement that has cleaned and restored at least 93 freshwater …

“DU Conservation Model Proven Successful”

Full Article Link to Ducks Unlimited "Since its inception during the Dust Bowl in the 1930s, Ducks Unlimited has understood that migratory birds know no borders. DU’s founders in the United States understood that multi-national investment in the prairie potholes of Canada was needed to ensure waterfowl populations thrived. The importance of cross-border cooperation is …

First Nations’ Call for Columbia River Dam Removal… ‘Restore The Salmon!’

Jay Julius, chairman of the Lummi Nation (l) and JoDe Goudy, chairman of the Yakama Nation (r) call for dam removal. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times) The Bonneville, John Day, and The Dalles dams churn out enough electricity to power more than 2 million Pacific Northwest homes annually and provide an important inland navigation route …

High Levels of Toxic CyanoBacteria in Green Lake (Seattle)

Full Link to Article in Seattle Times   "In 1989, the first toxic cyanobacterial bloom west of the Cascade Mountains was documented in American Lake, Pierce County.   In 1999, the city of Bremerton first acknowledged the problem in Kitsap Lake.  By August of 2019, 48 of 50 states have reported cyanobacteria bloom events."  - Washington Department of …