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Maurice Hall
I lead Environmental Defense Fund’s work to rebalance our freshwater systems and make them more resilient to climate change.
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Maurice Hall May 29
I’m really excited to have Vanessa Puig-Williams on board at EDF to lead our new Texas water work. Read her blog post about the challenges ahead and where we will focus our energy:
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Mitchell Foundation May 27
One thing we must be able to always depend on is our water supply. And when it comes to water, Texas has many unique challenges. 's Vanessa Puig-Williams makes the case for a resilient water supply in Texas.
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Maurice Hall May 14
.'s just testified on 's bill, AB 2642, which will help farmers transition to more sustainable groundwater use. And great to see lots of supporters following him.
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Maurice Hall May 13
My . colleague is testifying tomorrow, May 14, on 's bill, AB 2642, which will help farmers transition to more sustainable groundwater use.
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Maurice Hall May 5
Nearly 40m people rely on the Colorado River—which faces a drier future. Join EDF’s , , , & in a webinar Thurs on the private sector's role in driving water policy and solutions.
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Maurice Hall May 4
New research indicates the Colorado River could lose ~1/4 of its flow by 2050. Hear from EDF’s , , , & on how companies and investors can manage water risks in this critical river basin.
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Maurice Hall May 4
ICYMI, I encourage you to watch this video about the final snowpack measurement of the year:
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Maurice Hall Apr 28
Valley Voice: Salton Sea communities needed relief long before coronavirus via
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Maurice Hall Apr 22
On , let’s recognize the importance of in California to ensure we have enough water for people, the economy and wildlife for generations to come. There are promising solutions.
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Maurice Hall Apr 22
On , we’re thankful for natural infrastructure solutions – including groundwater basins – that help us stay strong and resilient. Here’s how we can tap this underutilized resource to build more sustainable water supplies in California:
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Maurice Hall Apr 22
“We’ll get through this crisis together. And when we do, we’ll build an even better world.” – EDF’s
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Maurice Hall Apr 22
This , let’s start the work together to rebuild better. Here’s how water managers and growers in the West can build recharge basins to boost resilience for farmers AND birds alike.
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Maurice Hall Apr 22
This , we’re focusing on building resilience. Here are three ways groundwater managers, farmers and policymakers can ensure more resilient water supplies for California.
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Maurice Hall Apr 21
This , let’s start the work together to rebuild better. Here’s how water managers and growers in the West can build recharge basins to boost resilience for farmers AND birds alike.
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Maurice Hall Apr 21
In these uncertain times, scientists and data are gaining much-deserved respect. Both are also important to building resilience for water in the West. Let’s make sure we continue to recognize the value of science and data beyond this crisis.
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EDF+Business Apr 21
We’ve seen a remarkable capacity for adaptation, resiliency and care through this crisis. We need to make sure this sentiment continues as we seek to build a healthier, safer and cleaner world.
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Maurice Hall Apr 21
The crisis is a reminder that we all need access to clean water. This , let’s start building a better tomorrow and more resilient water future for everyone.
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Maurice Hall Apr 17
Human-caused drought of the future is already here now, study shows.
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Maurice Hall Apr 13
ICYMI: We have to get groundwater management right, and through thoughtful implementation, we can unlock the amazing potential of our groundwater basins.
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Daniel Swain Apr 13
A pretty bizarre water year to date in California. Exceptional and in some cases *record dryness* continues across NorCal from portions of SF Bay Area northward. Meanwhile, across SoCal, late season storms brought *record wet* conditions over past 30 days!
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