Document Details

Paying for Water in California

Robyn Suddeth, James Nachbaur, David Mitchell, Dean Misczynski, Josué Medellín-Azuara, Jay R. Lund, Katrina Jessoe, Ellen Hanak, Brian Gray, Andrew Fahlund, Caitrin Chappelle | March 6, 2014
Summary

California faces serious funding gaps in five key areas of water management—including safe drinking water in small, disadvantaged communities; flood protection; management of stormwater and other polluted runoff; aquatic ecosystem management; and integrated water management. These gaps amount to $2 billion to $3 billion a year. But bold efforts by state and local leaders can pave the way to sustainable solutions for California’s critical water resources.

$0.00

Category: Tag:

Product Description

California faces serious funding gaps in five key areas of water management—including safe drinking water in small, disadvantaged communities; flood protection; management of stormwater and other polluted runoff; aquatic ecosystem management; and integrated water management. These gaps amount to $2 billion to $3 billion a year. But bold efforts by state and local leaders can pave the way to sustainable solutions for California’s critical water resources.

Bulk Download

Become a member to access this feature

Get Document


R_314EHR

Keywords:

funding, infrastructure, planning and management