Demand for water is increasing rapidly but traditional solutions like dams, wells and river diversion are only part of the solution: The current state of the nation’s water infrastructure and what it may take to avert critical shortages in the years ahead


  • Robert Glennon Professor of law and public policy, Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona author of "Unquenchable:America's Water Crisis and What To Do About It" and "Water Follies: Groundwater Pumping and the Fate of America's Fresh Water"
  • Peter Tunnicliffe President, Water Design-Build Council and senior vice president, CDM, a global consulting, engineering and construction firm
  • Nancy Stoner Co-director, water program, NRDC

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