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2012 Texas Water Summit Report
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2012 Texas Water Summit Keynote Speakers
The Honorable Mark Strama
Texas State Representative, District 50
Robert E. Mace, Ph.D., P.G.
Deputy Executive Administrator, Water Science and Conservation
Texas Water Development Board
Freshwater Supplies: Surface and Groundwater Resources
Click to view a full list of media coverage from the 2012 Texas Water Summit.
Selected Summit Highlights
StateImpact Texas: Exploring the Gap between Water Supply and Energy Development
Texas Water Resources Institute: Experts Urge Further Progress Towards Water Security at Texas Water Summit
Houston Chronicle: Texas Must Limit Agricultural Water Use
StateImpact Texas: Why Climate Change May Increase Water Demands
StateImpact Texas: How the Drought Exposed Texas’ Water Insecurity
StateImpact Texas: Measuring the Drought: How New Tools Show Its Impact
StateImpact Texas: The Secrets Behind San Antonio’s Water Conservation Success
Texas Monthly: Even With Recent Rains, Drought Worries Persist
KUT (Austin):Water Summit Pushes Awareness
San Antonio Express-News: Experts Forecast No Interest in Water Planning
YNN (Austin): Preservation of Water Spotlight of Statewide Summit
Houston Chronicle: Lege Should Not Waste 'a Good Drought,' Water Experts Say
StateImpact Texas: What to Expect at the TAMEST Water Summit Today
Austin American Statesman: Strama, Webber: Praying for Rain Not a Water Plan
Houston Chronicle: Texas Must Secure a Reliable, Long-term Water Supply
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