Australia offers policy changes to aid California water crisis

California lawmakers have looked ‘Down Under’ for potential solutions to the state’s water crisis. Australia is an expert on the topic, having endured a 13-year drought that ended in 2010. During that time, the country made revamped its water policies to cut back water use, find more sustainable water resources and build an efficient infrastructure.

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MIT Research Envisions Future of Water in India

MIT research is helping to identify a strategy to improve the water infrastructure in rural India. The goal is to develop sustainable water resources for the more than 900 million people who reside in these remote areas. India has made a concerted effort to improve water and sanitation, but the country’s poor infrastructure has prevented significant progress.

Read more here: Envisioning the future of water for 900 million people

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