Talking Under Water hosts discuss importance of water equity
In this episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, your hosts Amy, Lauren and Bob discuss the importance of water equity, the act of ensuring a safe, affordable and accessible water future for all people. They kick off the episode talking about The Value of Water Campaign and their individual water footprints to commemorate "A Day Without Water." Bob also interviews U.S. Water Prize winner Emma Robbins from DigDeep about her involvement in bringing safe, affordable water to Navajo communities in the U.S.
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Editor Lauren Baltas' average water footprint is 1,263 gal/day. The average water footprint in the U.S. is 2,220 gal/day. What's yours? Can you beat Lauren's? Find yours at https://t.co/QbtLI3cavh
— StormWaterSolutions (@SWSmag) October 23, 2018
For this week's Talking Under Water episode, Managing Editor Bob Crossen and his colleagues at @WQPmag and @SWSmag shared their water use for the @ValueofWater campaign. Bob uses 1,360 gal on average per day. Find out your use at https://t.co/7O9hxR98bl!
— Water&WastesDigest (@WWDMag) October 24, 2018
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