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Monthly Archives: March 2015
The Water Council Receives Cluster Grant Under the U.S. Commerce Department’s Regional Innovation Strategies Program
The Water Council Receives Cluster Grant Under the U.S. Commerce Department’s Regional Innovation Strategies Program [Milwaukee, WI] —U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker today announced that The Water Council is among the first 26 recipients of the 2014 Regional Innovation … Continue reading
“Epic California Drought and Groundwater Depletion as Viewed from Space.” -From the LA Times Op-Ed by Jay Famiglietti, Senior Water Scientist NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology The Water Council is enthused to announce world renowned NASA scientist Jay Famiglietti … Continue reading
By Dean Amhaus, President & CEO, The Water Council In four years the California Drought has become a background noise to the state and the country. Like a morning alarm set too quietly, the people of California have slept in, and … Continue reading
This year’s theme, “Creating a One Water Region,” focuses on a model that connects and enhances historically independent “water silos” to create a more efficient, effective and comprehensive water system for a region with the priority to improve water quality, … Continue reading
MILWAUKEE, WI – The BREW, a first-of-its-kind place-based global seed accelerator for water technology startups led by The Water Council, is launching Round III of the program. The application process opened March 1 at 8 a.m. (CST) and accepts applications from … Continue reading