This report provides immediate actions and longer term solutions for addressing Lake Mead’s falling water levels and for ensuring that Arizona’s agriculture, cities, Indian tribes, economy, and environment thrive in a future with less water.
Deming can meet its future water needs without tapping the Gila River. This factsheet outlines how non-diversion solutions like water conservation, reuse, and existing commitments to transfer water from agriculture can secure water supplies for future generations, while saving taxpayer money and protecting fish, wildlife, outdoor recreation, and our economy.
Western Resource Advocates is working to ensure that both of Utah’s State Implementation Plans cover all the significant air pollution sources and will result in cleaner air as quickly as possible.
The formation of a regional power market is an essential tool to meet the challenges of the future by delivering clean, reliable and affordable electricity to power our homes and businesses
We must ensure implementation of the plan in order to protect our rivers, accelerate urban conservation, improve aging agricultural infrastructure, and make water management more flexible.
WRA is working to ensure that electricity rates are smart for our wallets, our environment, our health, and our economy.
This guide is intended for water providers and community members interested in learning more about water quality protection during oil and gas development.
Working together in 2015, we have won victories that will cut carbon emissions; advance clean energy policies; keep clean water in rivers, streams, and lakes; and protect our most treasured landscapes.