NWNL Press


NWNL Press


Seeing the Raritan Bay In a New Way
Interview: Alison M. Jones on growing up in the Raritan River Basin and how her photography led to the creation of NWNL. Two River Times, August 14, 2016.

An interview with NWNL’s Alison M. Jones
and one of her award-winning photos from the Omo River Basin appear in Conservation Photography Handbook, published in 2016.

Will the World Take Action to Stop the Destruction of a Unique Global Heritage?
A call to declare Lake Turkana a World Heritage in Danger leads with NWNL photo. Huffington Post, June 25, 2015.

Interview: No Water No Life exhibit at Beacon Institute
On conservation photography, the “Following Rivers” exhibit, how NWNL’s six case-study watersheds were chosen, stewardship concerns, and hope for saving the watersheds. Hudson Valley Almanac Weekly, April 16, 2015.

Watershed Moments
Photographer and conservationist Alison M. Jones to speak at Beacon Institute. Philipstown.info, April 10, 2015.

Water a commodity nurtured by photographer’s lens
NWNL’s Alison Jones talks about what inspires her, and about the “Following Rivers” traveling photo exhibit.
Poughkeepsie Journal, March 12, 2015.

The Raritan River – Our Landscape, Our Legacy
includes several images by NWNL’s Alison M. Jones. Rutgers University Press, January, 2015.

Year-Long Study Culminates in Water Symposium
NWNL’s Alison M. Jones is among the distinguished panelists at The Masters School on Earth Day. The Masters School Bulletin, Fall, 2014.

No Water No Life visits Belle River
on the Lower Mississippi River expedition.
Teche News, St. Martinville, LA, Sept. 24, 2014.

America’s Most Endangered Rivers 2014
American Rivers reports on California’s San Joaquin River Valley, with a cover photo from NWNL’s California Drought expedition, March 2014.

The Atchafalaya River Basin
Photos by NWNL’s Alison M. Jones appear in this important account of one of North America’s most important ecosystems by Dr. Bryan Piazza in his book published in 2014.

“Changing the World One Drop at a Time: An Interview with No Water No Life” by Nico Prins, with photos by NWNL’s Alison M. Jones  ·  aTravellersJourney.com, March, 2014.

The Race to Save Ethiopians Damned by the Dam
Commentary by SomalilandPress.com, leads with NWNL photo, March 3, 2014.

NWNL Interview with Ray Gardner
describes the historic ties the Chinook people have had with the Columbia River.
Terralingua Langscape, Winter, 2014.

The Raritan Headwaters Association’s stream monitoring program is illustrated with one of NWNL’s photos, Summer, 2013.

New rules will help hold Chinese overseas investors to account
The Chinese government is calling on companies to respect the environment, community interests and workers’ rights when investing abroad.
Photo by Alison M. Jones, NWNL.
China Dialogue, April 22, 2013.

How Chinese Loans Could Fuel Regional Conflict in East Africa
A new dam and irrigation projects will worsen resource conflicts over water, fisheries, and grazing land. Photos by Alison M. Jones, NWNL.
International Rivers, January 14, 2013.

No Water No Life on a Green Mission
LiveGreenBeGreen.com recognizes NWNL’s work,
December, 2012.

Blue Beyond Borders – A Hurricane Sandy Benefit
Presentations by NWNL’s Alison Jones and others on climate change, how oysters protect from storms, loss of coral reefs, and more at a benefit for the New York Aquarium. Oh, For The Love Of Science!, December, 2012.

Message in a Bottle, essay by Alison M. Jones
With 100 other water conservationists, Alison represented No Water No Life in this art project focused on design expressions of water issues.
Sea Speak Sphere, June, 2012.

Cry Me A River, by Cheryl Lyn Dybas,
features photos from NWNL’s 2009 Mara River Basin Expedition.
Africa Geographic, November, 2011.

Conservation Column features Alison M. Jones
and No Water No Life
, By Ginny Michaux.
The Explorers Log, Fall 2011.

Artist Spotlight: Alison M. Jones,
interview by kmcletchie.
African Rainforest Conservancy, Aug. 25, 2011.

The Society of Environmental Journalists lists NWNL
August, 2011.

UN Body Calls for Suspension of Gibe III Dam to Protect World Heritage Site
by Peter Bosshard. International Rivers, July 22, 2011.

Nature Photography By Alison Jones Highlights Water Issues
The Huffington Post, June 3, 2011.

New book catalogs the “Dinner” photo exhibit,
Umbrella Arts Gallery, NYC, May – June 2011.

Alison Jones: Photographer of the Month Q&A
The International League of Conservation Photographers, May 9, 2011.

NWNL’s Raritan River Basin Expedition featured in Explorers Log, Spring 2011.

The Gifts of Gaia
by Amy Gulick quotes No Water No Life’s mission.
NANPA Currents, Spring 2011.

Three Generations on the Omo
This image by Alison Jones is one of the top 250 photographs in NANPA’s 2011 Showcase competition.

Alison Jones at NYC Sierra Club
NYC Sierra Club Photo Committee Newsletter, November/December 2010.

Environmental Photographer of the Year 2010
New book showcases the very best in environmental photography

St. Louis Explorers Club – “Water Is Life”,
by Lisa Watson. The Ladue News, September 30, 2010.

Water Researcher and Explorer talks to Explorers Club,
by Deb Peterson. St. Louis Post Dispatch, September 20, 2010.

World’s water problems are our water problems,
by Robert W. Duffy. St. Louis Beacon, September 16, 2010.

Photo from NWNL’s Omo River Basin Expedition illustrates International Rivers coverage of Gibe dams on the Omo River Basin, July, 2010.

Discovery’s Planet Green highlights NWNL’s coverage of Gibe dams on the Omo River Basin in Six Green Campaigns That Really Caught Our Attention by Rachel Cernansky, July 6, 2010.

Rivers of Life by Alison M. Jones, describing NWNL’s work since 2007.
Explorers Club Journal, Summer, 2010.

The Fine Art of Watershed Protection:
An Interview with Alison Jones
,
by Lori Pottinger. World Rivers Review, March, 2010.

Trip Report: No Water No Life’s Mara River Basin Expedition
September 15 – October 15, 2009. Expedition News, January 2010.

Local Water Issues:
No Water No Life helps raise awareness
.
Excerpt, minutes of The Conservation Board of Huntington, NY, November 17, 2009.

Article on Ethiopian dam concerns leads off with NWNL image
in World Rivers Review, September, 2009.

Mara ’09 Documentary: GLOWS Scientists Interviewed,
by Amanda Subulusky and Chris Dutton.
Mara River Flows Newsletter, September, 2009.

Shooting For Conservation,
Exciting possibilities in conservation photography
by Ethan G. Salwen. Photos by Alison M. Jones. Currents, Fall, 2009.

Ethiopia’s Gibe 3 Dam: Sowing Hunger and Conflict.
8-page fact sheet (PDF), International Rivers, May, 2009.

Arbor Day Speech to Third Graders,
by Michelle Regan. Hunterdon Review, April 22, 2009.
 
Conservation photographer Alison M. Jones was the keynote speaker at Tewksbury Elementary School’s third grade annual Arbor Day ceremony.

Arbor Day Lecture for NJ Students.
The Hunterdon County Democrat, April 23, 2009.

“Troubled Water” Lecture Series and Exhibit.
Darien News, March 11, 2009.

Photographer discusses watershed degradation.
Darien Times, March 11, 2009.

World’s Most Dammed River,
by Kalista Pruden, Lake Windermere Project.
The Invermere Valley Echo, August 20, 2008. Kalista Pruden is now writing a report for NWNL on transboundary watershed issues.

“Blow-Up” Exhibit in Boston features images by Alison Jones,
by Cate McQuaid. Boston Globe, August 6, 2008.

“No Water, No Life” opens at the Kootenay Gallery.
The Castlegar News, July 29 and August 14, 2008.

Also see the Kootenay Gallery invitation in Updates.

No Water, No Life: An Interview with Alison Jones, by Carina Finn. Alive Magazine, June 16, 2008.

Video-ing the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta: Barefoot In The Delta, by Cheree Franco. The Jackson Free Press, April 2, 2008.

Designing New Technologies for a Better Life, by Lauren Wilcox. Photos by Alison M. Jones. World Ark Magazine, March/April 2008.

Photographer shooting length of the Columbia, by Raymond Masleck. Interview of Alison M. Jones. Trail Daily Times, Canada, June 19, 2007.

No Water No Life, photos and text by Alison M. Jones. The Loupe, January 2007.

An Eye to Conservation: A Photographer’s Credo by Alison M. Jones. Social Register Observer, Winter 2006.

Rivertalk: A Poetry Anthology. Cover photos by Alison M. Jones. Rivertalk, Ojai, California, 2000 and 2002.

A Visual Anthropology With Alison Jones by Nella Principe-Nelson. Photographer’s Forum, Summer 2001.

The Flood of ’93:
Photos Profile Courage: Norwalker helps Midwest victims, by Dominick Mariani. The Connecticut Post, August 15, 1993.