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Posts Tagged ‘Clean Water Action’

Toxic Trash Exposed: Coal Ash in Michigan

Friday, November 8th, 2013

Water defines, and is central, to Michigan’s economy. Major tourism, agriculture, and fishing industries depend on the health of rivers, lakes, and streams. The Great Lakes contain over 20% of the world’s usable fresh surface water. Unfortunately unmitigated coal ash pollution is a major threat to the health of the state’s water and economy.

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Guest on The Infra Blog: Robert Wendelgass, Clean Water Action

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Bob Wendelgass has been President and CEO of Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund since November of 2010.  Prior to that, he spent five years as National Deputy Director for Clean Water Action, working with its state offices on planning and implementation of campaigns, elections and fundraising.  He also served 15 years as Pennsylvania […]

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The Coming Crisis: Water Availability And Municipal Conservation Efforts In Central Texas

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

“Population growth, drought, and climate change are straining the water supplies of Texas communities. Our state’s population is projected to double by 2060. Much of the state is in the throes of a prolonged drought. Climate experts are predicting that the U.S. Southwest will grow significantly drier and hotter in the coming years. The combined challenges of climate change, drought and population growth make it clear that many Texas communities will be increasingly burdened with the responsibility of parceling out a diminishing supply of water to an increasing number of customers.”

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