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The issue of water security isn’t unfamiliar to the developing world, but it does have some heavy implications to those in the West as well.

Here at World Water Reserve, our main goal is to provide valuable information in the form of well-researched, well-written articles about the reality of the water crisis so that you can make educated decisions for your future. We network with experts in the field of water crises, sustainability, purification, and rural living so that you can apply that knowledge directly.

In addition to well-researched articles from our editors and contributors, we release a news round-up which collects relevant stories related to water crises, permaculture news, aquaponics, self-sufficient living, and other important topics. Sign up to receive our news report here.

Writers

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Jeremiah Castelo - Editor
I'm a writer and researcher with a particular interest in sustainability and rural living, water scarcity, and innovative water purification methods. I utilize my multimedia and communication experience in the NGO and humanitarian fields to bring light to important topics. My passion is to educate others on the reality of the global water crisis and on ways to sustain themselves and their families in the midst of it.



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Pallavi Bharadwaj - Contributor
Pallavi is Engineering for Change's WASH Correspondent. When not writing for E4C, Pallavi is a program, grants and project manager, consultant, and global development professional living in New York City. Her interests range from environmental causes to education, and her personal pursuits include entrepreneurship, food, travel and yoga.To read more of her articles on Gender and WASH, please click here. Connect with her on twitter and LinkedIn. 



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Damaris Zehner - Contributor
Damaris Zehner is an associate professor of English at Ivy Tech Community College in Greencastle, Indiana.  She is the author of a collection of essays called The Between Time and a contributor to blogs such as Resilience, Local Futures, Mother Pelican and Internet Monk and to the magazine Small Farmer’s Journal.  She recently recorded a conversation with Michael Dowd for Postdoom.com.  She has lived and worked on four continents, equipping educators, translators, and gardeners with training and supplies.  Her blog, Integrity of Life, focuses on sane living in the present and in the coming post-industrial world.



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Kara Stiff - Contributor
Kara Stiff holds a BS in Sustainable Agriculture from the University of Maine. She lives on 17 acres in rural North Carolina with her husband, two children and some number of goats. The Stiffs are working toward personal and community resilience with projects like natural building, small-scale food production and information sharing. Read more of Kara Stiff's articles on her website, Low-Carbon Life.