April 2018 BLOG POSTS

Texas saddles up for the “Water Utility of the Future"

In order to meet the water needs of urban and suburban populations across the United States, utilities are undertaking long-term planning that accounts for the risk and uncertainty of droughts and flooding, while ensuring that adequate reserves are maintained to refresh groundwater supplies and... Read More >

Integrated Urban Water Management: Making bigger cities less thirsty

Many cities across the United States are growing and changing rapidly, becoming home not just to more residents but also to more businesses.  Rapid growth has a host of implications in ensuring that the city’s basic infrastructure can be adapted to supply core services to the populace,... Read More >

One Water, One Texas

"The answer is in nature." Solutions don’t get any clearer than that.  This year’s UN World Water Day explored “how we can use nature to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century.” And that’s the heart of The Nature Conservancy’s philosophy: people... Read More >

The Water Supply of the Future?

There is a lot of discussion in the water world about One Water.  This integrated water management approach asks us to think expansively about how water is used in our communities and to acknowledge the co-benefits of different approaches by collectively examining costs, water supply benefit,... Read More >

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