Learn more about our water-related infrastructure policy pages below:
As cities adapt to climate change, they must consider the impact of more frequent rainfall and more severe storms and prioritize infrastructure that mitigates impact.
Integrated water management (IWM) refers to system-level approaches to consider all water sources as part of the same resource, prioritize collaboration at a watershed scale, and seek to leverage all possible co-benefits through city projects that affect the water system.
Water and wastewater utilities have a substantial energy cost for water utilities and cities. Here are steps your city can reduce the carbon footprint of your water and wastewater utilities.
|Learn more about our approach to water management through our brief, Integrated Water Management: A Guide for City Leaders.|