This December 2015 White House strategy document outlines the impact of climate change on already-strained water resources, actions by the Obama Administration to address water resource challenges, and an aggressive two-part water innovation strategy to accelerate ongoing progress with the goals of:
1) Boosting water sustainability through the greater utilization of water-efficient and water reuse technologies; and
2) Promoting and investing in breakthrough R&D that reduces the price and energy costs of new water supply technology.
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