Charting New Waters: Ensuring Adequate Water Supply in a Drier World

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Charting New Waters: Ensuring Adequate Water Supply in a Drier World

Wednesday, December 11, 2013
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Friday, December 13, 2013
Sponsors: 
ReNUWIt (Reinventing the Nation's Urban Water Infrastructure, National Science Foundation’s Engineering Research Center Program) and The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread.
Goals: 

The goals are to identify key technical uncertainties and institutional impediments to new approaches to urban water management that must be resolved to secure a reliable future water supply. The outputs from the meeting will include an assessment of key issues related to public policy, regulations and city planning and a prioritized list of research needed to advance the practice of urban water management in the face of coming challenges.

Selected Readings: