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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-Newsome, Senior Program Officer of The Kresge Foundation, Environment Program. So great, it’s worth reposting.

As Ms. White-Newsome says in her blog: “I am confident that we have the intellect, the resources and the creativity to operationalize the framework and foundation that has been offered by the US Water Alliance in An Equitable Water Future“; a recently released national briefing paper.

Read her blog here, and stand with us!

Renee Hassle, Operations
Carpe Diem West

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