Prince Edward Island

Go Deep

A researcher’s hub for place-based water knowledge sharing: facts, articles, sector reports, innovation implementation activities, research projects unfolding on the ground, and so much more.


Listen to the voices of Prince Edward Island: a collection of interviews with experts and local changemakers, knowledge sharing podcasts, youth perspectives, and oral histories. Voices brings to life the experiences and understanding of place-based water realities.


Explore Prince Edward Island’s water story by video, photographic essay, mixed media and more.

  • Living Shoreline – Finding Nature-Based Solutions for the Issues of Coastal Erosion

    With much of PEI’s infrastructure built on the coast, interns at UPEI ClimateSense Labs are working to monitor changes...

  • Climate Stations – Filling in the Gaps in Climate Information to Get a Clearer Picture of the Future

    Stephanie Palmer and her research team are trying to fill in the grid of weather stations that existed on P.E.I...

  • Potatoes & Drones – How Indicator Crops Can Help Us Plan for the Future

    Climate change is bringing hotter temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns to PEI farmers.


Learn about the individuals and organizations on the ground in Prince Edward Island working to solve local water challenges, create new approaches or invent new technology solutions to improve water security locally and with global impact.


Calling all Collaborators and the Global Waterlution Network!

Are you, or someone you know, making waves in the water sector? WaveMakers showcases the individuals who are working to solve local water challenges, create new approaches and developing new technological solutions to improve water security with global impact. They are the changemakers, the action-takers, the creators, the implementers and the mobilizers. If you, or someone you know, want to be featured…

Go Further

This is the first phase of World Water Journey, with so much more to come.

Waterlution has been running global programming for over a decade, our network stretches into urban centers and more remote communities across the planet. Do you have an idea of a pin that you would like to see on World Water Journey?