New Report Looks at Job Creation, Environmental Impact of Upgrading Water Systems

Oct. 4, 2011

Green For All unveils comprehensive look at impact of upgrading water infrastructure

On Oct. 4, Green For All  in partnership with American Rivers, Pacific Institute, the Economic Policy Institute and the Pacific Institute released "Water Works: Rebuilding Infrastructure, Creating Jobs, Greening the Environment." The report outlines the economic impacts of fully investing in upgrading our nation’s water infrastructure and argues that this is the best possible time to do so.

The release coincided with a speech by Green For All CEO Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins at the Clean Water America Alliance’s Urban Water Sustainability Leadership Conference in Milwaukee, Wis.

To download the full report, click here.

 

Source: Green For All

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