ADVANCING WATER SECURITY
Getting to a water security framework
The publication of our first white paper marks the launch of our Water Security Challenge. Through a series of white papers and workshops we will unpack the concept of water security.
alexandra to speak on water affordability 5 April 2018, Tune in by webcast
Executive Director Campbell-Ferrari discusses the CWSC's recent findings on water affordability in Maryland at the California SWRCB's low-income rate assistance. Join us in Sacramento or via webcast.
ENSURING A FUTURE WITH WATER
Water fuels our economy, guarantees our national security, and keeps us alive. It is time we have a long-term plan for achieving water security in the United States and internationally.
Water law is a long-term strategy that drives the advancement of water security. Without innovation, without a scientific and data-like approach to law, our laws will not be responsive to real-time needs and demands.
Partnerships drive innovation and promote cooperation and swift resolution of conflicts. We study transboundary relationships and build partnerships to faciliate dialogue, transparency and the development of practical solutions to complex challenges.
Without water, there is no life. Every person deserves a chance to pursue their dreams and provide for their family. Making sure each and every person has water is not a choice,
it is a responsibility.
We want citizens to be informed and engaged on water issues. But that means information must be openly available and presented in a clear, straightforward way.
A river is more than an amenity, it is a treasure. It offers a necessity of life that must be rationed among those who have power over it.
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes
New Jersey v. New York, et al., 283 U.S. 336, 342 (1931)