Pallets of bottled water arrive in town to the relief of nearly 100,000 residents who can’t trust what comes from the tap. They’ve lost faith in their local and state governments, their civic reputation is in tatters and their homes have become impossible to sell. They attend community meetings waving samples of brown water and
Singapore is a world leader on water, and it reminds me of cowboys and spacemen. Bear with me and I will explain. The themes represented by cowboys and spacemen are fundamental to our relationship with the environment. The cowboy view is premised on wide-open spaces and nearly infinite resources. In the cowboy world, we advance by using resources – since
I have often spoken about my twin convictions the Clean Water Act is both one of the great success stories of progressive government and also in dire need of an update. Finally, I have published an article that explains my thoughts in that regard in the on-line journal Democracy, which outlines a practical approach to
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Roseanne Skirble covers a change in thinking: wastewater treatment plant as resource recovery facility.