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Vanessa Puig-Williams
Director, EDF Texas Water Program
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Travis Loop Jul 1
No water, no civilization... A team analysed sediment from reservoirs within the ancient city - located in modern day Guatemala - and found evidence of toxic contaminants that would have made Tikal's drinking water undrinkable.
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Victoria Guida Jun 27
I’m beginning to think “hindsight is 2020” was some kind of message from a future time traveler that we all misunderstood.
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EDF Growing Returns Jun 26
New post: 3 strategies to create a resilient water supply for Texas via
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Maurice Hall Jun 26
Water-related recreation pumps $18B into Colorado economy, business group says via
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Human Right 2 Water Jun 24
Secure access to natural resources, especially , is key to protecting people’s cultures and livelihoods. For the Zapotecos people of Oaxaca, Mexico's shows support in helping them reclaim their to water and .
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David Festa Jun 27
We must listen to what science tells us, now more than ever before. via
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Vanessa Puig-Williams Jun 26
Is it too much to ask for Americans to have access to clean water in 2020?
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Vanessa Puig-Williams Jun 25
Rivers and streams in Texas depend on groundwater for one-third of their flow, yet groundwater supplies continue to decline.
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Maurice Hall Jun 25
Groundwater is critical to Texas’ ecology and economy, yet it’s the state’s least understood and the most undermanaged water resource. Here’s how to change that:, via :
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EDF Growing Returns Jun 15
How a state program can help overdrafted groundwater basins in the Central Valley minimize economic disruption while balancing groundwater supply and demand.
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The Meadows Center Jun 15
's Chief Conservation Officer, Dr. Tim Loftus, was awarded a Water Conservation Grant from to research how water-use conservation can be cost-effectively achieved by . Learn more at .
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Vanessa Puig-Williams Jun 15
Tune in to listen to ’s discuss how proactive groundwater management will result in more resilient water supplies and in turn more resilient communities.
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EDF Growing Returns Jun 14
About 40 million Americans across the West depend on water from the Colorado River, which supports $1 trillion in economic activity each year
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David Festa Jun 12
"The decision to invest in resilience can even come at no additional cost. In fact, it can ultimately save billions." Latest op-ed from & :
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Maurice Hall Jun 12
Forty years ago, it took collaboration, innovation and leadership to pass Arizona's landmark Groundwater Management Act. Today, collaboration, innovation and leaedership on groundwater are needed then to ensure a resilient future for Arizona’s rural areas.
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Mayor Adler | 😷wear a mask. Jun 11
Tonight, unanimously moved toward re-imagining a new model for policing. We set goals for 0 racial disparities in APD, new rules for use of force & tactics, & launched a path to reinvest APD dollars in community services & support. This is more than just a moment. 1/8
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Vanessa Puig-Williams Jun 11
As part of the new strategy, Nestlé Waters will support the environmental sustainability of watersheds by replenishing 100% of the water it uses.
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EDF Growing Returns Jun 11
How two Iowa farmers are navigating transition planning to ensure their conservation legacies endure. via
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Maurice Hall Jun 11
.'s Ann Hayden on breaking down silos, opening communication and building a stronger bridge between environmentalists and farmers in :
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Brooke Paup Jun 10
We are so excited to announce the launch of ! This new website was created to tell the stories of Texas water—the people, places, issues, and efforts. Check it out!
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