Tag: Infrastructure Week

Stuck in the Mud Again

Stuck in the Mud Again

In response to a question during a recent press briefing, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters, “We’re going to continue to look at ways to improve the nation’s infrastructure, but in terms of a specific piece of legislation, I’m not aware that that will happen by the

Infrastructure’s Inflection Point

Infrastructure’s Inflection Point

As evinced by the number of water main breaks, failed water quality tests, and low scores on infrastructure report cards, the network of pumps and pipes that keep America’s lifeblood flowing is in dismal shape.

Not only is repairing the aging system necessary in order to address the most critical issues

Fund Infrastructure and Stop Cone Abuse

Fund Infrastructure and Stop Cone Abuse

This year, Infrastructure Week is from May 14 to May 21. This will be the 6th annual national week of events which, according to the website infrastructureweek.org, includes media coverage, education, and issue advocacy to highlight infrastructure as a critical issue that impacts society, the economy, and the future of

Amphibious Architecture

Amphibious Architecture

In The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy’s house was carried off by a tornado. In real life, depending on where you live, your house is probably more likely to get swept away by water than by wind, but there’s a possibility that, like Dorothy’s, it might just stay in one piece.

“A Rich Set of Data Points Is the First Step”

“A Rich Set of Data Points Is the First Step”

In May, more than 150 affiliate organizations are coming together to create discussion about infrastructural renewal. These efforts support Infrastructure Week (May 15 to May 19), a national advocacy and education campaign aimed at highlighting infrastructure as a critical issue in America. Water Efficiency magazine is an Infrastructure Week media

When Red Turns Green

When Red Turns Green

As clean energy development gains momentum across the United States, some surprising front-runners are emerging in the race for renewable energy leadership—traditionally red states like Iowa and Wyoming.

A recent study by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) highlights state-by-state successes in advancing clean energy. The rankings used a dozen metrics

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