American Rivers names GA’s Clayton County one of nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named Clayton County, Georgia as one of the nation’s top “water wise” communities protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. The county was chosen for its innovative water recycling system. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for a changing climate,” comes as… Read more »

American Rivers names Grand Junction one of nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named Grand Junction as one of the nation’s top “water wise” communities protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. The city was chosen for its embrace of healthy rivers as social, economic and recreational amenities. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for… Read more »

American Rivers names Seattle one of nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named Seattle as one of the nation’s top “water wise” communities protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. The city was chosen for its cost-effective water conservation and efficiency measures. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for a changing climate,” comes as… Read more »

American Rivers names Staten Island one of nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named Staten Island as one of the nation’s top “water wise” communities protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. The city was chosen for its innovative management of stormwater. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for a changing climate,” comes as Congress… Read more »

American Rivers spotlights nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named eight of the nation’s top “water wise” communities that are protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for a changing climate,” comes as Congress is gearing up to consider a climate bill including so-called “adaptation… Read more »

American Rivers names Soldier’s Grove one of nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named Soldier’s Grove, Wisconsin as one of the nation’s top “water wise” communities protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. The town was chosen for its cost-effective natural flood protection measures. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for a changing climate,” comes… Read more »

American Rivers names Portland one of nation’s top ‘water wise’ communities

Washington, DC – American Rivers today named Portland as one of the nation’s top “water wise” communities protecting clean water and public health with innovative green solutions. Portland was chosen for its admirable response to sewage and stormwater overflows. The report, “Natural Security: how sustainable water strategies are preparing communities for a changing climate,” comes as… Read more »

How Sustainable Water Strategies Prepare Communities for a Changing Climate

Natural Security: How Sustainable Water Strategies Prepare Communities for a Changing Climate  Download the Full Report (PDF) Download the Executive Summary (PDF) Learn about the 8 Highlighted Communities Learn about the Model Resilient Community Read Additional Community Profiles International Case Studies   Congressional Briefing on the Report Federal Policy Recommendations Overview of Climate Impacts TAKE ACTION: Help Communities Prepare for a Changing Climate  Watch… Read more »

Natural Security Report

In our new report, Natural Security: How Sustainable Water Strategies are Preparing Communities for a Changing Climate, we name eight of the nation’s top cities that are using green solutions to prepare for the droughts and floods that are coming with climate change.