This episode of the podcast covers funding, a wastewater reuse program for forest development, as well as the impacts of flooding and groundwater pumping.
In this month’s episode of Talking Under Water, hosts Lauren Del Ciello, Bob Crossen and Katie Johns kick off the episode with some good news regarding a wastewater reuse program for forest development in Egypt. Also explored are the impacts of flooding and groundwater pumping in Jakarta, Indonesia. Finally, our interview this month is with Nathan Gardner Andrews, chief advocacy officer from the National Association for Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on funding.
- The Good News Network reports: Scientists Use Recycled Sewage Water to Grow 500-Acre Forest in the Middle of Egyptian Desert
- Forest Filter: Q&A from March 2019 issue of WQP with Suzanne Ozment on the connection between forest restoration and water companies
- SWS reports: Jakarta Floods Leave Dozens Dead
- Time reports: 66 People Have Died in Indonesia's Devastating Floods. Here's What to Know
- Interview with Nathan Gardner Andrews, chief advocacy officer from the National Association for Clean Water Agencies on funding
- Registration is open for SWS Webinar Fest
- WWD is now accepting nominations for its Young Pros program
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