- The Water Opportunity Now
- Developing a National Strategy: What is the Federal Government Doing?
- Major Challenges to Water Delivery and Safety
- The View from the Top: Key Macro Trends in the U.S. Water Market
- The Problem in Jackson, Mississippi
- Technology’s Role in Supporting Industry Research Efforts to Adapt to an Uncertain Water Future
- Academia’s Role in Supporting Industry Research Efforts to Adapt to an Uncertain Water Future
- Successfully Building and Growing a Water Infrastructure Business
- Drought in the West: The Failure of Agriculture?
Water is at the core of climate adaptation goals. It is essential for manufacturing, agriculture, human health, and the environment. But across the entire supply chain, our aging infrastructure is failing. From dams and levees, to main pipes and sewers, to increasing exposure to chemicals and pathogens, our water system urgently needs to be reexamined. Climate change will continue to exacerbate pollution, floods, and droughts, while decreasing community capacity to address these concerns. It is time for collective action and an opportunity for social investment.
- Climate change and resiliency
- Public utilities and government – Allocation and implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill
- The current state of U.S. infrastructure and the future of water in America
- Presentations and panels featuring key players from industry, government, philanthropy, and the private sector
- And more…