Urban water planners in water-scarce regions face a constant challenge to secure sufficient water supplies to stay a step ahead of the growing water demands nipping at their heels. But looking ahead, the options for bolstering water supplies - which have been so important to urban water management until now - are waning in many water-stressed areas. Efforts to balance water budgets will need to rely much more heavily on demand management in coming decades.
TNC has come up with something called WSIPs: Water Sharing Investment Partnerships. Take a look:
Thanks to G. Tracy Mehan III for sending this my way.
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