For the third time, economists from the University of Utah have offered their independent analysis of financing a $1.3 billion-$1.7 billion pipeline to carry water from Lake Powell to St. George. And for the third time, the analysis shows it isn’t practical to think the people who would use that water can actually cover that… Read More

One of my [Water Energy Innovations President Laurie Park] fondest memories growing up in Hawaii was Hurricane Nina, which wasn’t very significant in the history books, but it left an impression on me. Torrential rains and heavy winds knocked down banana trees and power lines, and took out water mains. Source: California Water News feed… Read More

Outside water use varies dramatically in California depending on location—hot, dry places use more than cool, coastal cities, for example. But the state also has huge variation for inside water use. We talked to Dave Cogdill—CEO and president of the California Building Industry Association and a member of the PPIC Water Policy Center Advisory Council—who… Read More

The first edition of the Korea International Water Week will be held from the 19th to the 22nd of October 2016. The 2016 Korea International Water Week will focus on the theme of ‘Implementation towards Sustainable Development: Partnership for Water Security Enhancement’.  The World Water Council will actively participate in the program of this important… Read More

Last week, the High Level Panel on Water, consisting of 11 sitting Heads of State and Government and one Special Adviser, issued a Call to Action for a fundamental shift in the way the world looks at water.  The World Water Council, who was instrumental in the creation of the Panel, will continue working closely… Read More