The Summer 2012 issue of Waterkeeper Alliance’s twice-yearly “Waterkeeper” magazine has been turned in to an interactive and digital experience, and even more, this issue features a great story about how the Clean Water Act has worked for the Spokane River and Spokane Riverkeeper.
Twice a year Waterkeeper Alliance staff and Keepers across the world deliver a truly one-of-a-kind and inspiring publication called “Waterkeeper”. The magazine release is one of great anticipation as it’s always so thrilling to read what Keepers across the world are up to. And to read about the many challenges we face in terms of water quality and healthy communities, but to also learn about the victories, the creative solutions the boundless opportunities to make a difference.
With the release of the Summer 2012 issue (which will still come in traditional hard copy form), I’m thrilled to see Waterkeeper Alliance branch out and make the publication available and more fun for mobile and tablet users. Using a service called Zmags, Waterkeeper Alliance can create an interactive E-book version of the magazine. It is viewable on virtually any type of mobile device – Android and iPhone/iPad, in addition to all desktop browsers.
You can experience the new “Waterkeeper” magazine yourself. Simply click this link from however your’re viewing this blog post.
You’ll notice as you “flip” through this wonderful magazine that beginning on page 42 is a story I wrote for the magazine called “River Revival”, which is the story of how Spokane Riverkeeper used the Clean Water Act to start addressing PCB pollution in the Spokane River.