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Partnering for Emergency Response

By: Michelle Thompson 09 June 2017

As Hurricane Matthew barreled up the East Coast last fall, downing trees and power lines and turning highways into rivers, life in the Carolinas came to a standstill.

Nestle Waters NA World Water Day 2017

Celebrating World Water Day Through Water Education

By: Heather Hess 22 March 2017

Today, people and companies around the world will take time to celebrate World Water Day.  While the event was launched by the United Nat

Boosting Recycling in Flint, Michigan Schools

By: Brenda Pulley, Keep America Beautiful 20 March 2017

We’ve seen countless stories across the news regarding the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan. There are many efforts underway to remedy the situation.

Marking 150 with 150+

By: Rita Henderson 29 August 2016

On August 4, 2016, Nestlé in the U.S.

Setting A Course for Trash-free Waterways

By: Debora Fillis Ryba 13 October 2014

All manner of material is accumulating in the ocean creating gyres of marine debris.  Individuals and organizations around the globe h

How I Use Project WET: Volunteering to Teach Kids About Water Stewardship

By: Chuck Barlick 04 April 2014

Chuck Barlick is passionate about water.

Why World Water Day and Water Festivals Matter

By: Dennis Nelson 20 March 2014

As the founder of a nonprofit

Leading the Way: Heidi Paul, NWNA and Water Education

By: Dennis Nelson 17 January 2014

I’ve always been impressed with the way Heidi Paul “shows up” to support water education and Project WET.

Reflections of a Partnership

By: Peter Bokolas 06 January 2014