September 2022

A Growing City and a Growing Thirst for Water: Lessons from Monterrey

Monday, September 26, 2022

One of Mexico’s largest metropolitan areas has been grappling this summer with a severe water shortage. Now, faced with the likelihood that climate change will only bring more droughts in the future, local, state, and federal officials are trying to become better prepared.   The crisis in Monterrey—the capital of the northeastern state of Nuevo […]

Avoiding Water Bankruptcy

Monday, September 26, 2022

To keep a healthy bank balance, it’s important not only to have enough deposits coming in but to limit the amount of money going out. That’s a simple but useful analogy for thinking about water—especially at a time of tightening supply, according to water expert Brian Richter.   As with money, the timing of the […]