Environmental Defense Fund

March 27, 2014--Report explores nutrient management in water utility sector (Johnson Foundation)

In the past century, population growth, urbanization and intensified agricultural practices have combined to increase strain on wastewater treatment facilities. A foremost challenge for utilities is managing nutrient levels in the water—and doing so while juggling economic and energy constraints.


March 4, 2014--Colorado River delta to receive infusion of water (San Diego Tribune)

The United States and Mexico plan to collaborate this month on a pilot “pulse flow” of Colorado River water into the river’s delta in Baja California, a move hailed as historic by environmental groups on both sides of the border. The release at Morelos Dam near near Algodones is expected to start on March 23d, Jack Simes of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said Monday.


September 2, 2011--California watershed program to pay farmers, ranchers, foresters (Ag Journal)

Sustainable Conservation, in partnership with Environmental Defense Fund, Environmental Incentives, Protected Harvest and the Sierra Nevada Conservancy, has been awarded a $372,000 Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to develop a pilot program to measure environmental benefits in California’s Mokelumne River Watershed.


October 18, 2009--Proposal worries N.M. ranchers (Durango Herald)

Thousands of miles of New Mexico rivers and streams would gain special protection under the federal Clean Water Act as part of a proposal being pushed by Gov. Bill Richardson and environmentalists. But ranchers worry the plan is a backdoor effort to stop grazing on public land.


June 5, 2009--Groups praise new Colorado law to protect vulnerable rivers, streams (Denver Post)

Environmental Defense Fund called legislation signed into law today by Colorado Governor Bill Ritter to protect Colorado's vulnerable rivers and streams ‘a national model for protecting the iconic and vuln

April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


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