100 Water Heroes: Tara Lohan

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Environmental journalist and editor

Tara Lohan is an Environmental Journalist and Editor and has been writing on issues surrounding energy, water and the environment for over a decade. She is currently the Deputy Editor of The Revelator, an “online news and ideas initiative” of the Centre for Biological Diversity.

Prior to working with The Revelator, Tara was the Managing Director of Water Deeply, an initiative that covers water crises happening in the American West, and their various implications. In addition to writing for Water Deeply, Tara’s work has been featured in a number of publications, including the Nation, the American Prospect, Salon, Pacific Standard, KQED, and others.

Tara has also edited two books on the global water crisis, including Water Matters: Why We Need to Act Now to Save Our Most Critical Resource. Throughout her work, Tara draws attention to the intersection of water, climate, energy and food, and uses her platform to highlight global environmental issues.

Tara is one of our #100WaterHeroes for using her expertise to draw attention to global issues of water, energy and environment.

Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/taralohan

Twitter: @TaraLohan

Website: taralohan.com