Tag Archives: water

Social change one photograph at a time

Stories can be told with pictures and photophilanthropy has been established to connect photographers with non profit organisations to tell stories that can lead to social change.  I am reminded of the work of Susan Scott (2002) who said you … Continue reading

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Science and Water

‘India’s future? Men, Machines, but no water’, a photograph by Indian science journalist Pallava Bagla. Water is a vital but scarce resource.  Yet many people throughout the world do not have access to clean drinking water. The photograph above communicates … Continue reading

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What happens when you mix fashion, design, science and water?

Here is a blog, relevant to science and water and design – given that photography always has an aspect of “design”.   Orignially posted on the Practical Action blog David J. Grimshaw October 8th, 2008 The glib answer is disappearing dresses.   … Continue reading

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Can photography bridge the gap between science and community?

Water is a key basic need for everyone and in the UK most people take it for granted in both quality and availability.   People living in the Terai area of Nepal are not so fortunate.  For many of these people … Continue reading

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