Water in Energy

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Largest Drinking-Water Supplier in the US Adopts New Energy Management Policies Blog entry Published 08/30/2010
Lighting Efficiency Standards Burnt Out In New Spending Deal Blog entry Published 12/16/2011
Love Letters Between Food, Water, and Energy Blog entry Published 03/07/2011
Massachusetts Rivers Alliance: 8% of State's Energy Use for Water Blog entry Published 04/27/2010
Materials from Warming Watersheds; Water & Energy Track at Winter Training 2010 Blog entry Published 12/22/2010
Materials from Water-Energy Workshop 2009, Portland, OR Blog entry Published 11/04/2009
MIT Researchers Find Global Warming Odds Much Worse Blog entry Published 04/27/2010
More on Santa Fe's New Energy Intensive Water Supply Blog entry Published 04/23/2010
Municipal Wastewater: Cutting Down on Freshwater Over-use and Bringing in the Dollars Blog entry Published 12/01/2010
National Environmental Education Week 2010 Focuses on Water-Energy Nexus Blog entry Published 02/23/2010
National Geographic: Helping Promote Water Conservation With Interactive Water Footprint Tool and Water-Friendly Prizes Blog entry Published 12/29/2010
National River Rally 2010: An Event You Don’t Want to Miss! Blog entry Published 04/27/2010
National Victory for Water Efficiency: DOE Waives Federal Preemption for Water Using Fixtures Blog entry Published 12/27/2010
New (and free!) Water and Energy Conservation Widget Blog entry Published 04/28/2010
New Climate Bill Lacking in Water Provisions Blog entry Published 06/25/2010
New Clothes Washer, Big Potential Blog entry Published 05/06/2010
New Coal Plant in Kansas Faces Resistance Over Water Use Blog entry Published 09/07/2010
New Report: Water Comparable to Carbon Challenge Blog entry Published 05/06/2010
New Report: Water, Energy and Climate Change: A Contribution from the Business Community Blog entry Published 04/26/2010
New Santa Fe Water Supply Could be Most Energy-Intensive in the U.S. Blog entry Published 04/26/2010