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"Gary, let's keep the water crisis from becoming a catastrophe!" I thought about that comment, dated August 20, 2009 and signed Robert Glennon (on the inside flap of my copy of his book, Unquenchable) ...
... to repair our aging (and increasingly dangerous) roadways, bridges, water and sewer systems, and electric grid.  I've written about how we need to build up our infrastructure - including the Internet - ...
3. Water: Act Now to Conserve the New Oil
(News and Events/AIC News)
By Sharon Nunes/Fortune Magazine Companies need to start thinking about saving water the same way they think about saving energy.   Water is the new oil. In the same way that the 1973 oil crisis forced ...
4. Is Water Too Cheap?
(Blog/Blog)
... less water than traditional top loaders do." Shopper: "Yes, but water is cheap.  These washers are expensive." But it's true, right?  For the most part, the money we pay to the water company covers ...
I'm really happy that last Tuesday's blog, on the state's horribly misguided cuts to the Arizona Department of Water Resources, generated a robust (and still ongoing) discussion.  It got me thinking: The ...
... the "meth lab" of democracy, as Jon Stewart has labeled us. Amid all that, when I read a headline like this morning's in the Arizona Republic, "Arizona budget cuts hurting water and air agencies" I think, ...
7. Our Water Supply Is Drying Up
(News and Events/AIC News)
... to another limited natural resource: water. A water crisis is threatening many parts of the country, not just the arid West. In 2008, metro Atlanta (home to nearly 5 million people) came within 90 ...

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