Vol 2, Issue 18

Sharlene Leurig is Director of the Sustainable Water Infrastructure Program at Ceres, a national nonprofit helping institutional investors to integrate sustainability into the capital markets.
Sharlene Leurig is Director of the Sustainable Water Infrastructure Program at Ceres, a national nonprofit helping institutional investors to integrate sustainability into the capital markets.

The Q&A: Sharlene Leurig

In this week's Q&A, we interview Sharlene Leurig of the Sustainable Water Infrastructure Program at Ceres.

Water levels have dropped at Lake Travis because the drought, May 16 2011.
Water levels have dropped at Lake Travis because the drought, May 16 2011.

Lakes Eyed by Cities as Water Supply

Austin has begun considering Decker Lake, a nearby reservoir, as a potential water source — a move that could supply water downstream for environmental flows to ease the drain on Highland Lakes, but which could be "politically tricky."

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