WATER IN TEXAS - SPECIAL SERIES

Texas at a Crossroads – Conclusion to Water in Texas Special Series

As Texas’ surface water and groundwater resources face booming populations and an intense drought, the state stands at a crossroads. Water will play a leading […]

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BIG RED BLOG - SAN ANTONIO

Water Conservation in Texas – Water in Texas Series

New water supplies and infrastructure will be an important part of Texas’ water planning in future decades. A less-glamorous, but equally important aspect of water […]

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WATER IN TEXAS - SPECIAL SERIES

The Politics of Interbasin Water Transfers

When it comes to geography and geology, Texas has a wide array of conditions. East Texas has an abundance of surface water, while in West […]

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BIG RED BLOG - AUSTIN

A Look at Austin's Water Treatment Plant #4

By the time Austin City Council approved $300 million for the completion of Water Treatment Plant 4 (WTP4) in 2010, essentially giving the final approval […]

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BIG RED BLOG - HOUSTON

Aquifer Storage: A Promising Part of Texas Water Solutions

Aquifer Storage: A Promising Part of Texas Water Solutions Among the state’s water supplies, aquifers are a critical source of water for Texas. According to […]

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BIG RED BLOG - SAN ANTONIO

SWIFT: Funding of Water Projects in the State of Texas

Last November saw a rare moment of Texas bipartisan victory, when Republicans and Democrats successfully lobbied voters to approve Proposition 6. The proposition’s passage, along […]

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BIG RED BLOG - AUSTIN

Water: The Lifeblood of Texas Economic Development

Water: The Lifeblood of Texas Economic Development Texas politicians are fond of telling businesses in other states that they should consider relocating to the Lone […]

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WATER IN TEXAS - SPECIAL SERIES

Water in Texas is for Fighting

Water in Texas is for Fighting There’s a saying popular in the American West that “whiskey’s for drinking, and water is for fighting.” It’s not […]

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