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June 2023 Newsletter

June 27, 2023 | announcement


The monthly newsletter features the Pacific Institute’s research, publications, news about past and upcoming Institute staff outreach efforts, and media coverage of its work and analysis.


Salton Sea Dust Emissions Webinar

June 22, 2023 | video


This webinar seeks to improve understanding of air quality, dust composition, the emissivity of different soils, and predictive modeling of future emissions from Salton Sea lakebed and provides an opportunity for discussion among agency staff, stakeholders, and the public.


Dr. Peter Gleick Calls for a New, More Resilient ‘Third Age of Water’ in New Book

June 13, 2023 | post


One out of every five Americans—approximately 60 million people—live in rural areas that provide critical water, energy, food, resources, and recreational opportunities for the entire country. Many of these Americans live in frontline communities—those that experience climate change impacts on their water systems “first and worst” due to a combination of socioeconomic, geographical, and infrastructure characteristics.





Featured in TIME

It’s Vital to Protect Water Infrastructure During War

June 7, 2023 | news



Featured on Yale Environment 360

Beyond the Yuck Factor: Cities Turn To ‘Extreme’ Water Recycling

June 6, 2023 | news



Featured on CNBC

How To Fix the Water Crisis

May 30, 2023 | news



May 2023 Newsletter

May 26, 2023 | announcement


The monthly newsletter features the Pacific Institute’s research, publications, news about past and upcoming Institute staff outreach efforts, and media coverage of its work and analysis.


Creative Co-Funding for Positive Water Impact  

May 23, 2023 | post


One out of every five Americans—approximately 60 million people—live in rural areas that provide critical water, energy, food, resources, and recreational opportunities for the entire country. Many of these Americans live in frontline communities—those that experience climate change impacts on their water systems “first and worst” due to a combination of socioeconomic, geographical, and infrastructure characteristics.


Pacific Institute’s Michael Cohen Issues Statement Regarding Joint Colorado River Agreement

May 22, 2023 | announcement


California, USA (May 22, 2023) – In response to Arizona, California, and Nevada’s joint Colorado River agreement, Pacific Institute Senior Researcher Michael Cohen has issued the following statement.



New Pacific Institute Report Highlights Innovative Co-Funding Strategies to Address Western US Water Crisis

May 16, 2023 | announcement


Oakland, California - May 16, 2023 – The Pacific Institute, a global nonpartisan water think tank, today released a new report highlighting the role corporations can play in supporting positive water outcomes in the water-stressed Colorado River Basin.


Joining Forces: Innovative Co-Funding to Enhance Corporate Water Stewardship Impact in the Colorado River Basin

May 16, 2023 | publication


The Colorado River Basin faces critical water supply limitations, threatening the economic, social, and ecological stability of the region. This report explores how leveraging corporate water stewardship spending with existing and emerging funding streams, referred to as co-funding, can increase positive water impact in the Colorado River Basin and beyond.



Moving Toward Equitable, Climate-Resilient Water Systems in Rural Communities in the United States

May 11, 2023 | post


One out of every five Americans—approximately 60 million people—live in rural areas that provide critical water, energy, food, resources, and recreational opportunities for the entire country. Many of these Americans live in frontline communities—those that experience climate change impacts on their water systems “first and worst” due to a combination of socioeconomic, geographical, and infrastructure characteristics.


Featured on The Good Men Project

Addressing America’s Water Crisis Could Also Cut Carbon Emissions

May 10, 2023 | news



Featured on the Center for Strategic and International Studies

The Ripple Effect of Water Insecurity

May 4, 2023 | news



April 2023 Newsletter

April 28, 2023 | announcement


The monthly newsletter features the Pacific Institute’s research, publications, news about past and upcoming Institute staff outreach efforts, and media coverage of its work and analysis.


Featured on GreenBiz

Who Solves Super Wicked Water Problems?

April 27, 2023 | news



Special Edition Newsletter: UN 2023 Water Conference Wrap Up

April 26, 2023 | announcement


The special edition newsletter features highlights the Pacific Institute's thought leadership at the UN 2023 Water Conference


Harnessing the Power of Nature-Based Solutions to Invest in Our Planet’s Future

April 21, 2023 | post


As Earth Day 2023 dawns upon us, we find ourselves immersed in a world where nature and humanity are inextricably linked. This special day serves as a reminder of the delicate balance that exists on our planet and seeks to explore our relationship and connections with nature. 


Historic UN Water Conference Concludes With New Cross-Sector Global Momentum, but Calls Emerge for More Binding Commitments

April 20, 2023 | post


The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) prioritize ambitions on 17 interlinked sustainability issues to reach by 2030. Of these, SDG 6 focused on water is central to achieving the overall 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 



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