Published The Texas Water Conservation Scorecard is the first-of-its-kind in-depth analysis and ranking of the water conservation efforts of more than 300 water utilities in Texas. Based on publicly available information,
The Ike Dike could cost $57 billion over a 20-year period due to inflation and rising costs. That puts a much bigger burden on five coastal counties to raise the nearly $20 billion needed for local cost share, notes our policy specialist @DanielleGoshen.
A very serious and costly reminder of the importance of maintaining freshwater inflows. They are not just for the health of bay and estuary ecosystems — but for the proper functioning of drinking water systems as well.