2014 Texas Water Summit
The 2014 Texas Water Summit addressed the economic implications for meeting the state’s water needs as our population doubles in size over the next 50 years. Scientists, engineers, policy analysts, legislators, CEOs, agency officials, and interested citizens learned about the latest advances for achieving water security in the agriculture, oil & gas, power, and manufacturing industries.
ELIZABETH FAZIO, J.D., LL.M.
Committee Director, Committee on Natural Resources | Texas House of Representatives
Texas State Director | The Nature Conservancy
Chairman | Texas Water Development Board
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