Our water conservation and soft path work focuses on actions and strategies needed to ensure that communities can manage their limited and often vulnerable freshwater resources. This research highlights the importance of expanding the definition of “infrastructure” to include long-term water management programs built around efficiency-based technologies, pricing that promotes conservation, interactive education built on a foundation of water ethics, and engaged citizens and community drive governance.
Water Conservation & The Water Soft Path
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Webinar—Water Pricing as a Tool for Conservation
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