At the Waterline is a blog about issues related to water as a crucial nexus: news and commentary that describe and expound upon its scarcity, its conservation and related technologies, its role in burgeoning conflicts around the world, and its place among human rights.
The primary author is journalist David Snow, who has written and edited for numerous print and online publications, including The National Law Journal, Law.com, Law Technology News magazine, Wired News, and CNET. He recently served as head of communication for the international NGO and membership organization WaterLex, though this blog remained independent from that group. He also worked as communications contractor for Kaiser Permanente’s Government Relations department and its Institute for Health Policy.
In Snow’s prior experience, he served as executive editor of ALM Media’s Law.com network and later as the company’s editorial director for technology, managing Law Technology News magazine and its website and e-newsletters. Prior to that, he worked extensively in tech publishing. He holds a B.A. in magazine journalism from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
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