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    Dave counsels clients on regulatory and transactional matters involving businesses, real estate, utilities and energy. He advises clients on a broad range of issues from formation, mergers, project certification, rate cases ...

John Williams, Chairman and CEO of Impact Infrastructure, Inc., joins The Water Values Podcast and discusses economic assessment of infrastructure projects. John’s insight into how utility (and other public and private) decision-makers can implement infrastructure projects in a manner that optimizes financial, social and environmental returns on investment is invaluable.

Recently, I was fortunate enough to moderate a panel discussion at the opening plenary session of the American Water Resources Association’s 2016 Annual Conference, which took place in Orlando, Florida. The panelists were fantastic: Lester Sola and Hardeep Anand, the Director and Deputy Director, respectively, of the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department, Cindy Wallis-Lage ...

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Thank you for being a part of the authoritative policy discussions on issues impacting life and business in Indiana during the 25th Annual BGD Legislative Conference at the Indiana Convention Center on December 14. The impressive lineup of speakers, including 17 elected officials, and a robust agenda helped make this year’s conference the highest attended ever; thank you again to ...

What a terrific year 2016 has been – thank you for making it so! Without you, the listeners and readers, I wouldn’t have been able to pull of a third year of The Water Values, so a heartfelt thank you to each of you.

Take a listen to the podcast and hear what I think has been the unplanned theme that ran through all of the podcast topics this year. And please rate and review the podcast on ...

Marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols joins The Water Values Podcast and discusses his observations on how water makes us feel and the therapeutic nature of water. His book, Blue Mind, is an international best seller, and he does a phenomenal job laying the foundation for how water helps to de-stress our lives. Take a listen, preferably around, in, near, or on some water …

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Erin Wilson of Wilson Water Group joins The Water Values podcast in a (long awaited) episode TWV #090. Erin does a fantastic job of walking us through aspects of the water engineering profession, explaining the importance of data, and discussing how various sectors of the economy address water resources planning and how they factor climate change into the planning process. I learned a ...

Robert “Bo” Abrams is a professor of law at Florida A&M University’s College of Law, and he explains in clear detail how water law in the Eastern U.S. has developed over time from the English common law to riparianism in its several forms. It’s a fascinating look at how economics, climate, municipal growth and other factors shape the development of the law. Bo also posits that ...

Knowledge is power, and this week, Reese Tisdale brings some serious knowledge about water infrastructure needs culled from the work of his firm, Bluefield Research. Reese takes us on a journey from Bluefield’s origins to how it researches and develops water market intelligence. He further provides tremendous insight into how various factors affect the water industry. You’ll ...

Steeped in entrepreneurialism, Megan Glover helped launch 120WaterAudit as her first foray into water entrepreneurship. She discusses how she got involved with 120WaterAudit, its lab quality testing services for water supplies, launch issues, and more. Megan layers in her observations about water entrepreneurship and how it differs from tech entrepreneurship. The end result? A ...

Noted Texas water figure Carlos Rubinstein joins The Water Values Podcast this week to discuss a wide range of Texas water issues that you will easily recognize as applying to other areas of the country and world. Carlos explains the Texas water governance structure and water planning horizon. He explains the nuts and bolts of Texas’ innovative program for funding infrastructure and ...

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