NEW: Rowing The World’s Oceans on a Mission of Inspiration

A rower for Oxford in 1988 and 1999, Roz Savage has rowed over 15,000 miles, taken around five million oar strokes, and spent cumulatively over 500 days of her life at sea in a 23-foot rowboat. She uses her ocean rowing adventures to inspire action on the top environmental challenges facing the world today. Read more...

Mariel Hemingway's Feature Film to Expose -and Stop - Monsanto

Fed up with Monsanto and how they’re treating farmers and consumers, Mariel Hemingway, Blythe Metz and others decided to make this scripted movie about it in an effort to expose - and stop - the transnational company. Read more...

An Olympian on the Subjects of Food, Health, Nutrition and Nuclear Fallout

VoiceYourself’s Robert Masters recently caught up with Olympic medalist Mike Gebhardt - and had twenty one questions for him about what he's up to - and his thoughts about food, life, sports - and nuclear power. Here's what he had to say in this fascinating interview. Read more...

ProFile/ Delivering The Waters Of Life

Scott Harrison is a man on a mission to quench the thirst of a dry world.  His goal... to bring clean, safe drinking water to people in developing nations. His organization, charity:water, gives 100% of the money raised to direct project costs, funding sustainable clean water solutions in areas of greatest need.  Sponsors include actor Hugh Jackman, who has recently donated $50,000 to the cause. We caught up with the hard charging water man long enough to ask him 20 questions. For the answers, read on!

WorldCrisis/ Water Policy For The USA

Throughout his career, Jim Thebaut has written, produced, and directed an array of prominent socially significant productions accompanied by gripping on-camera interviews for his documentary projects.

In this short essay, Thebaut addresses the need for a comprehensive water policy for the USA.  It is a multi-faceted approach to a problem that cannot be solved with a single silver bullet.  So read on, learn more - and don’t leave the tap running.   Read more...

Mikhail Gorbachev on H20 and Life

Water, like religion and ideology, has the power to move millions of people. Since the very birth of human civilization, people have moved to settle close to water. People move when there is too little of it. People move when there is too much of it. People journey down it. People write and sing and dance and dream about it. People fight over it. And all people, everywhere and every day, need it. Read more...


Water Quiz

How much do you really know about this vital element? Click this link and put your water knowledge to the test.

Why can't we manufacture water?


A 2006 United Nations report estimated that as much as 20 percent of the world's population doesn't have access to clean drinking water [source: BBC]. This leads us to wonder: If we need it so badly, why can't we just make it? Read the article by Josh Clark

Urban Waterways


Among the losers of the great 20th-century urbanization were the rivers and streams in cities around the world, soon to be sharing their space with millions of new people. Pushed underground and padded with concrete to make way for elevated expressways and commercial foundations, their flows were often reduced to a trickle — their existence all but forgotten as city populations swelled and skyscrapers rose just feet above them.

Now, a worldwide effort aims to restore these hidden waterways, providing new green space in some of the largest cities on the planet. For details, click here...

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U.S. Navy admits training exercises will kill hundreds of whales and dolphins

According to the reports, computer models show training and testing may kill 186 whales and dolphins off the East Coast and 155 off Hawaii and Southern California. Read more...