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The Saving Water, Saving Energy blog provides the latest news, resources and analysis on water, energy, and climate change issues with an emphasis on the inextricable connections between water and energy, also know as the Water-Energy Nexus.
The SWSE blog is produced by Travis Leipzig, River Network's Rivers, Energy & Climate Program Coordinator.
Contact Travis directly with questions, comments or new information to share!
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|The Carbon Footprint of Water||Blog entry||Published||09/21/2010|
|Test Your Water and Energy Knowledge With the Circle of Blue - Chokepoint U.S. Quiz||Blog entry||Published||01/26/2011|
|Water Conservation = Energy Conservation, Examples from Colorado||Blog entry||Published||01/29/2010|
|Texas Funding Bill Proposal Highlights Water Conservation and Reuse Strategies - Show Your Support!||Blog entry||Published||03/25/2011|
|Download Warming Watersheds Workshop Materials from River Rally 2010||Blog entry||Published||06/30/2010|
|Campaign to Sustain Water and Energy Fact Sheet||Blog entry||Published||07/05/2011|
|The Climate Post: Climate Bill Finally Dead Enough to be Fondly remembered in Series of Keepsake Daguerreotypes||Blog entry||Published||09/10/2010|
|Extreme Weather Map Bringing Climate Change Home||Blog entry||Published||03/29/2012|
|Energy/H2O Bill Introduced in the Senate||Blog entry||Published||04/26/2010|
|Funding Opportunity: Up To $50k To Establish Or Expand Watershed Groups in Western U.S.||Blog entry||Published||05/29/2012|
|New Report: Water, Energy and Climate Change: A Contribution from the Business Community||Blog entry||Published||04/26/2010|
|With Federal Outlook Dim, Major Environmental Groups Look Towards the Grassroots||Blog entry||Published||12/21/2010|
|Natural Security: How Sustainable Water Strategies Prepare Communities for a Changing Climate||Blog entry||Published||09/21/2009|
|Despite Efforts to Thwart Regulation, New Reports Tie Severe Weather Patterns to Human Activity||Blog entry||Published||03/07/2011|
|Low Impact Development Protects Water, Saves Energy…and Attracts Tourists?||Blog entry||Published||04/20/2010|
|When is our nation going to get SERIOUS about conserving water?||Blog entry||Published||05/09/2011|
|Bureau of Reclamation Doles Out $13 Million for Water-Energy Efficiency Projects||Blog entry||Published||12/08/2010|
|The Climate Post: Australia's Wild Weather May Have Helped Push Carbon Tax||Blog entry||Published||10/14/2011|
|Apply for the ‘Warming Watersheds, Water and Energy Track’ at Winter Training 2010!||Blog entry||Published||10/21/2010|
|Water Savings Outweigh Higher Power Capacity in California’s Blythe Solar Project||Blog entry||Published||11/09/2010|