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Water ResourcesWater Resources More focus on water is occurring at the consumer level, driving action at the policy and commercial use level. Below are several stories and resources to help the conversations toward developing water solutions for everyone.

California needs water and its actions will set the tone for the rest of the USA.
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Time to Talk Constitutional Reforms for Water Finance? - Panel. From the Public Policy Institute of California Presentations & discussion held April 10, 2014, Sacramento, CA, USA.

Beyond Bonds: How Else Can the State Help Fill the Gap? - Panel. From the Public Policy Institute of California Presentations & discussion held April 10, 2014, Sacramento, CA, USA.

Fiscal Orphans: Floods, Small Systems, Stormwater, and Watersheds - Panel. from the Public Policy Institute of California Presentations & discussion held April 10, 2014, Sacramento, CA, USA.

Overview of the PPIC Water Finance Study - Ellen Hanak, from the Public Policy Institute of California Presentations & discussion held April 10, 2014, Sacramento, CA, USA.

California faces serious funding gaps in five key areas of water management, says Ellen Hanak, senior fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). She describes issues, obstacles, and potential solutions in the first of four videos from the PPIC event Paying for Water in California.

More info at http://agtoday.us/ppic-pay4water-info-page

water resourcesUnderstanding the Water Flow Water is clearly critical to life. But water is a very regional resource. Some areas have plenty of water and there is no concern. Other areas have no water but their neighbors do. Below are some resources to better understand the issues and solutions.


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