Tag Archives: Laura Sanchez

Learning from An Ancient Civilization

In recent times, many  experts in the field have noted the implications of climate change on existing water sector infrastructure and the need for those in charge of such systems to make necessary changes, in terms of using advanced technology, … Continue reading

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On-Farm Groundwater Recharge

In the article below by Laura Sanchez, published March 7th 2018, one looks at how farmers in the United States seek to replenish groundwater supply via on-farm groundwater recharge. One can read the full article and comment by following the … Continue reading

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Algae Wars: A plan to clean water and convert algae to energy

In Laura Sanchez’s Water Efficiency blog post on August 9, 2017, she discusses the severity of algae growths in some parts of the United States, as well as, an experimental remediation project currently being developed by Sandia National Laboratories. To … Continue reading

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Women and Water by Laura Sanchez

Women and water share a powerful and intimate bond. In many parts of the world women bear the primary responsibility for water collection, they nourish their families with it, and often play a vital role in water economies. Water is … Continue reading

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