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Three thirsty Texas cities are global leaders in water innovation

Austin, El Paso, and San Antonio prepared for growth and drought.

The Austin Central Library, 710 W Cesar Chavez St, Austin, Texas. 

The Austin Central Library was built with energy savin…

By Keith Schneider Circle of Blue

Keith Schneider is senior editor and chief correspondent at Circle of Blue. He has reported on the contest for energy, food, and water from six continents.

J. Carl Ganter/Circle of Blue. San Antonio supplies 175 million gallons of drinking water a day and is intently interested i…

Evolution in state water planning

Brian Lehmann/Circle of Blue. Demand for water in urban centers is higher than any other sector of the Texas economy. By 207…

More innovation, yet uncertain supply

J. Carl Ganter/Circle of Blue. Agriculture and energy are two thirsty sectors in Texas. The latest State Water Plan anticipa…

Texas cities lead in conserving water