Sustainable US Federal Water Policy Recommendations Public

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  • Climate change, population growth, aging infrastructure, poor water management, and aquifer depletion are reducing US water supply. Increasing water scarcity will lead to an inability to support agriculture, industry, energy, and municipal demand that will negatively affect US economic growth and national security. Traditional water policy measures of expanding supply through infrastructure are no longer feasible in the face of $384 billion of infrastructure repair in the next 30 years. This report will explore alternative policy recommendations for the Federal government that will lead to more sustainable and robust water systems across the US.
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