Arizona Water Resource Winter 2011
The field of hydrophilanthropy has been around for decades, although the term is fairly new. Hydrophilanthropy means different things to different people, depending on which end of the deal they are on. David Kreamer (who coined the term) promotes "a flexible, open minded approach to the description of hydrophilanthropy and its attributes, a definition that includes many diverse activities and practitioners who advance the sustainability of clean water in the world."
Some may see hydrophilanthropists as volunteers traveling across the world to provide clean water for poor underdeveloped countries... more
Table of Contents
- Sustainable Water for All: Lessons in Hydrophilanthropy
- Blue Ribbon Panel Finishes Work by Chuck Graf
- WRRC 2011 Annual Conference
- A Snapshot of Programs at the WRRC
- Sharon Megdal Named Distinguished Outreach Faculty Professor
- New Residential Water Reuse System Does Not Require Permit!
- Water Settlements Approved for Arizona Tribes
- Water Events Calendar!
- Central Arizona Project 2010 Board Election
Public Policy Review
- Uncertainty: Are We Running Out of Water? by Sharon Megdal