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White House To Host Water Summit ... Los Alamos Watershed Research Among Featured Projects

on March 21, 2016 - 6:38pm

LANL News:

On Tuesday, March 22—World Water Day—the Administration will host a White House Water Summit to raise awareness of the national importance of water and to highlight new commitments and announcements that the Administration and non-Federal institutions are making to build a sustainable water future.

A project from Los Alamos National Laboratory will be among the research areas featured.

Safe, sufficient, and reliable water resources are essential to the functioning of every aspect and sector of U.S. society, including agricultural and energy production, industry and economic growth, human and environmental health, and national security. As climate change affects our Nation’s water supplies, and our population continues to grow and shift, it will become increasingly important to build a sustainable water future.

To reduce and mitigate the incidence and impact of water stresses on U.S. communities, it is essential to develop, implement, and deploy the type of sustainable, integrated, and long-term water-management strategies that will be highlighted during the Water Summit.

WEBCAST: This event will be webcast live at

More information about the Los Alamos project will be released during and after the summit event.