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Water Shows on ‘Making Contact’

Increasing pollution and privatization of public water supplies threaten the ability of many to access the world’s most essential resource.

National Radio Project is committed to covering the emerging global movements demanding that water is a human right- not a commodity. We feature voices from environmental justice movements from the Great Lakes to Ghana.

We collaborate with advocacy groups and analysts to provide a platform for their voices to be heard. Some of our water work is supported by The Park Foundation –Thanks!  Please consider supporting our editions of Making Contact on water and environmental justice issues.

Possible upcoming topics include: Climate Change and Water, Community Strategies for Water Sustainability and Justice, Native Sovereignty and Water Rights, Restoring the Clean Water Act, Defending Water Commons, Dams and Rivers, Alternative Power, Water and Food Security, Military and Corporate Contamination of Water Supplies.

We want to work with you! We welcome your ideas for upcoming water and environmental programs. Please see our submission guidelines here.

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