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Yesterday was a big day. Wrapping up Water Week*, the annual week in which the Water Environment Federation and other water associations join forces to talk with Congress, the U.S. Senate...

I hate seeing things go to waste. I am a dumpster diver from way back, regularly pick up aluminum cans and other recyclables while walking with my dogs, and am always...

Last month my mother received a water bill that was ten times her normal quarterly payment. I felt all three aspects of her pain and frustration. First, there was the financial...

Two weeks ago I started writing a blog post about the intersection of water and equity in the United States. I meant to get back to it last week when, well...

Here we are, just a little over two months since the first confirmed U.S. coronavirus infection. The first confirmed COVID-19 death in the U.S. was less than six weeks ago, right...

I’ve been thinking about off-grid water and wastewater infrastructure since 1978 when I stumbled upon the New Alchemy Institute, a collection of scientists who were developing sustainable systems for growing food,...

What would you do if you opened your monthly water bill and found an invoice for almost $5,000? For Tyrone Jarvis, owner of Go Green Auto Care in Newport News, Virginia...

If you have any friends in Cape Town, this might be a good time to invite them to come for a visit. A long visit and a drink. Cape Town, South...

It’s that time of year when we reflect back on the year that is closing out, and start thinking about the year to come.¬† Susan Bence of WUWM published her 2017...

As a non-resident fellow with the Brookings Institute, I have the honor of collaborating with some of the best policy minds in the country. A recent piece by my colleagues Joe Kane...