TT048 — Solutions-Focused Journalism: Creating Water Stories

In the final episode of our fourth season, Steve and Jennifer welcome Travis Loop to Tap Talk to discuss how to use solutions-focused journalism and storytelling to address our various water problems. Travis is the founder of waterloop, a nonprofit media outlet exploring the progress and successes in tackling water challenges in the United States through podcasts, videos, and social media content.

Topics Discussed

“Different levels of government, different foundations, different companies — we’ve got to incubate and we’ve got to share the successes and the solutions.”

Travis Loop

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About the Guest

Travis Loop is the founder of waterloop, a nonprofit media outlet that explores solutions for sustainability and equity in water. He was formerly the communications director for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water, the Water Environment Federation, and the Chesapeake Bay Program. Travis began his career as a newspaper reporter and editor after receiving a BS in Philosophy & Religion from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. He currently lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.