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Episode #172 — 16 June 2020 Tapping Into Resilience

with Cynthia Koehler

Cynthia Koehler, Executive Director of WaterNow Alliance, provides a great and energetic interview discussing WaterNow Alliance and its new program Tap Into Resilience. Cynthia’s reservoir of knowledge shines in this great interview that has something for everyone. Plus, Eric Bindler of Bluefield Research comes on for another Bluefield on Tap segment before our summer hiatus. Next episode drops the first Tuesday in August.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • Cynthia’s background as a water utility board member and as a lawyer
  • What WaterNow Alliance is and does
  • The Tap Into Resilience program offered by WaterNow Alliance
  • Why WaterNow Alliance was formed
  • Why our utilities need to think differently about resilience and programs that foster resiliency
  • Why and how decentralized water projects can benefit the local economyCynthia’s insights on how resilience and water equity work together

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