Water Sciences & Insights

Contact
After a decade of living and working in Hawaii, West is currently based in the San Diego area with affiliations and projects in California, Mexico, and the Pacific Rim. His interviews and consulting services may be scheduled by contacting him directly. Links to some of the groups that he supports or collaborates with are listed below.

Water Sciences & Insights
PO Box 232125
Encinitas, California 92023 USA 
1-760-274-7713 (California/Mexico)
1-808-647-0247 (Hawaii)
marrin@watersciences.org
watersciences@earthlink.net 
Links
Fundación Somos Agua brings a "new culture of water" to the world through art-science interactions, computer graphics, animated storytelling, and interactive exhibits.
 
SEAD Nework is a community of scientists, engineers, artists, and designers who value and support collaborative work as means of fostering innovation and sustainability in their disciplines.

Surfrider Foundation is an international organization dedicated to protecting the world's oceans and beaches through conservation, litigation, research, and public education.

Art & Science Collaborations is an international group of artists, writers, scientists, engineers, curators, and gallerists working at the intersection of art, science, and technology.

Wildcoast/CostaSalvaje is protecting many of the beautiful and biologically significant marine environments in California and Mexico through conservation and activism.

Hanalei Watershed Hui (Heritage Foundation) cares for the rivers and watersheds of Kauai by applying the Hawaiian principles of sustainability, stewardship, integrity, and respect.

Drifters Project is artist Pam Longobardi's response to the problem of ocean plastics, which she collects and uses to create pieces and exhibits that bring attention to the problem.

Global Gathering utilizes art, technology, and beauty to unite audiences in celebrating socially significant topics and empowering individuals with information and inspiration.

World Water Museum is an artistic rendering of the worldwide problem of insufficient potable water that seeks to educate and inspire people via the use of audio and visual media.

 
Imagine H2O is a nonprofit organization focused on inspiring and empowering people to solve water problems by turning challenges into opportunities.
 
 
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