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See the latest commentary from Carpe Diem West network leaders quoted in the media.

Thank you, yes we care about the Rio Grande

It's easy to get lost in the pessimism and swirl of water, specifically the life and health of our rivers. But in a recent op-ed the author asks the question "The Rio Grande is Dying, Does anyone Ca...

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Preparing for the health impacts of a fiery future

Welcome to the new normal. On a warming planet, we are seeing more of the hot, dry conditions that have turned the American West into a tinderbox. Indeed, the very concept of “fire season” is a th...

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Beware the privatization of your town's water

People often assume private providers will be cheaper and more efficient; often the opposite is true. Investing in water and forests for water security is nothing new, but Missoula, Montana has rev...

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Got Water? Thank (and save) A Forest

Western water utilities know all too well the now famous phrase “stationarity is dead.” Planning for water security in the American West in the time of climate change requires getting ready for lo...

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Diverse group urges cooperation in divisive Western lands debate

The whole thing about working together, the value of communities and wild lands — they're connected, critical and interdependent."  ~ Kimery Wiltshire, Executive Director, Carpe Diem West The West...

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