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Title: Sustainable Water Resources Management, Volume 3: Case Studies on a New Water Paradigm

PROJECT NUMBER:

DEC6SG06a

PROJECT MANAGER:

Jeff Moeller
The Water Research Foundation
jmoeller@waterrf.org

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Robert Goldstein
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
rogoldst@epri.com

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

5/24/2010

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

Communities face new challenges with respect to water resource management. These challenges include increased water demands, climate variability, economic uncertainty, a complex web of regulations and bureaucracy, aging and degrading infrastructure, pollution and impaired water resources, and a broad range of stakeholders with poor understanding of water issues. This study, the third phase of the Sustainable Water Resources Management project, created a platform for communities to overcome these challenges through organizing around and operating under key sustainability principles and practices. The report uses examples and perspectives from two case study communities (Tucson/Pima County, Arizona and Northern Kentucky) to offer real world context. Published by Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). 172 pages. Online PDF available from NDWRDCP. (2010)

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