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Seeking Sustainability in Water, Energy, and Infrastructure

Bloomberg BNA expert authors and reporters examine the need for the United States to develop more energy-efficient, sustainable, and technologically advanced critical human infrastructure to compete globally---such as how to reuse wastewater, reduce resource use, and utilize green infrastructure to reduce energy usage.

 

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Cindy Wallis-Lage, Dean Oskvig, and Martin Travers of Black & Veatch Holding Co., examine the need for the United States to develop more energy-efficient, sustainable, and technologically advanced critical human infrastructure to compete globally. The authors contend it is critical we develop a greater understanding of the nexus between water, energy, and telecommunications and how these sectors are completely intertwined. In addition, BNA reporters Avery Fellow and Amena H. Saiyid examine a recommendation that utilities and local governments consider ways to reuse wastewater, the contention that a sustainable global economy requires developed countries to reduce resource use, and a report urging the use of green infrastructure to reduce energy use.


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