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Equity and Affordability in Rural Communities and Tribal Nations: A Report from the 2020 Aspen-Nicholas Virtual Session

July 27, 2020  • Energy and Environment Program & Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions

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The annual Aspen-Nicholas Water Forum, a collaborative initiative between the Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program and the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University, serves as a platform for addressing domestic water challenges in the 21st century. The group came together on July 23rd for the second of the series of virtual meetings in order to address the critical issues and solutions in the water sector brought to light by the pandemic.

The 2020 Aspen-Nicholas Water Forum Virtual Session on Water Affordability and Equity explored whether, and how, the US can ensure that water is available at sufficient quantity, safe quality, and affordable price across a variety of uses.

Equity and Affordability in Rural Communities and Tribal Nations summarizes the Aspen-Nicholas Water Forum discussions of July 2020.

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