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Issues associated with climate change are already affecting clean water agencies and the effects will only increase in the future as the public and governments at all levels become more concerned about climate change. NACWA believes that climate change is primarily a water issue, and the Association's advocacy focuses on the interrelationships between water resources and climate change, including the needs of clean water agencies in adapting to climate change impacts and further research about these impacts. NACWA is also committed to ensuring that greenhouse gas emissions from wastewater treatment are accurately estimated and that any mitigation efforts that target wastewater are reasonable.
For more information on NACWA’s legal activities and litigation related to Climate Change, please visit the Legal Resources page.
To locate the most relevant tools for utilities in their climate change adaptation and resiliency efforts, please see NACWA's Climate Resilience Resource Menu (.xls). This is a new resource that will be updated quarterly.
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