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Facing down drought can be daunting, but there are many strategies to power through and prosper.
Overextraction of groundwater from aquifers is the primary cause of ground subsidence across the United States. What can be done to slow it?
Federal water managers have warned California that it should prepare for a fourth consecutive dry year and possible conservation measures.
In 2023, water supplies will shrink, demand will rise, and traditional financing will remain problematic, but new financing models and strategies are here.
Seawater is only practical as a source of water near coastlines and on islands, but abundant brackish groundwater is another promising source.
Low water levels on the Mississippi River are a sign of our more-arid times.
While traditional funding and financing of water assets remains, an influx of funds and number of innovative financing structures are entering the space.
Human Rights Day 2022 celebrates the 75th birthday of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. How can safe, clean water help in reaching these goals?
Leasing a treatment plant can be a good solution for capital constraints or when treatment is being built in phases.
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