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Carpe Diem West staff and advisors explore issues related to western water and climate change.

As Wildfires Scorch U.S. Forests, Forest Resilience Bond Blazes a New Trail

With fire seasons getting longer and more severe, relying on public funds to maintain forest health is increasingly unsustainable. ~Todd Gartner Guest bloggers Todd Gartner, Senior Associate; M...

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Water Alliance report a blueprint for more climate-resilient, equitable water systems

The ripple effects of climate change harm human health, hurt local economies and can tear asunder a community’s social cohesion. ~ Jalonne White-Newsome There's a great blog post by Jalonne White-N...

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Colorado River Research Group releases new report on agricultural water conservation

Carpe Diem West’s Dr. Doug Kenney and his colleagues Colorado River Research Group (CRRG) have just published a new report: “Innovations in Agricultural Water Conservation and Use: Fertile Ground...

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A little walk...

Mary Mitsos named President of National Forest Foundation This past March at the Twelfth Annual Healthy Headwaters Convening in Aurora, Colorado, I had the pleasure of getting to know one of our te...

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Post Trump Messaging: Principles and Tools for Solidarity

Last week found us on the phone with a bunch of incredibly brave, resilient water justice campaigners for a long-scheduled messaging call. Of course, we tweaked the content. Even as the Trump b...

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