The lead author of the study shares ways utility companies can lessen the impact. AUSTIN, Texas — Water was the hot topic under the Capitol dome on Wednesday as the House Committee on Natural Resources held a public hearing. Lawmakers
The National Wildlife Federation was recently invited to give testimony to the Texas Legislature on the condition of Texas’ water and flood infrastructure and cost-effective ways to improve it. Jennifer Walker, deputy director of NWF’s Texas Coast and Water Program,
The National Wildlife Federation was recently invited to give testimony to the Texas Legislature on the proposed Texas Coastal Barrier — a sprawling project that includes the so-called ‘Ike Dike’ concrete gate system. Danielle Goshen, policy specialist at the Texas
Public Hearing Provides Chance to Maximize Support to Disadvantaged Communities The first influx of funding for water infrastructure from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act could help transform aging Texas water systems buckling under pressure from deepening drought, extreme heat,
We’ve written before about the state’s Sunset Review process, a top-to-bottom look at the work of — and the need for — various state agencies. This year, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, or TCEQ, is one of the agencies
Strategic integration of onsite water reuse can bring financial and quality-of-life benefits to affordable housing residents, according to an extensive new study by the National Wildlife Federation. The report finds onsite collection, treatment, and non-potable use of local water sources
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