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On Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 9:00 a.m. ET- London Mayor @SadiqKhan will join @CapehartJ to discuss leading the international financial center’s recovery, climate and sustainability and cracking down on violent crime. #PostLive Register- ow.ly/XiJ450GtWcx
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.@sediringer tells @arelisrhdz: “Any of the challenges that we’re facing now are going to continue to get worse as the climate changes…. Anything we do now, we need to think bigger because these challenges are only going to get bigger.”
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“All of the challenges we are facing are only going to get worse as the climate changes.” -@sediringer
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“I think about how many leaders…women…women of color…who have been leading in water for so long…” -@sediringer
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.@sediringer says, “The reality is that many of our sustainable water system solutions will also provide some climate benefits… It’s important to think of how we put those solutions into place… Who’s at the table, who’s deciding what solutions we really want to put forward.”
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.@sediringer says, “The reality is that none of us are immune to water challenges but the challenges often manifest in Black and Brown communities throughout our country… It’s a long history of underinvestment.” #PostLive
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Content from @waltonfamilyfdn: Environment program director Moira Mcdonald on innovative solutions to protect water resources in the face of climate change. Learn more:
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Content from @waltonfamilyfdn: Mcdonald says one of the ways people understand climate change in a concrete way is “through their experience with water, whether it’s droughts or flooding, megastorms or wildfires.” Watch:
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Content from @waltonfamilyfdn: Environment program director Moira Mcdonald on the work that Walton Family Foundation is doing with Tribal nations to build their capacity to be advocates for water resources. Learn more:
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.@NNPrezNez says, “We’re not just saying to Congress ‘we need more funding.’ We’re also asking Congress that some of these laws get updated… It shouldn’t take years to get a home site lease for a person to build a home or to get water or electricity to their existing homes.”
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.@NNPrezNez tells @arelisrhdz: “I’m the President of the Navajo Nation… my family where I live right now… do not have running water.” #PostLive
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“I’m the president of the Navajo Nation…my family members…do not have running water…they haul water…almost daily…” -@NNPrezNez
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.@NNPrezNez says, “We are hoping the Build Back Better initiative will cross the finish line… much of that financial support is to help out with climate change… States are discussing limiting the water that is... used… But yet we’re still… wanting to get a seat at the table.”
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“Uranium and arsenic…cause cancer…” -@robbinzintherez and they are contaminants found in some water wells in Navajo Nation
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.@NNPrezNez says, “When we bring water to our homes, we... give water to our animals… also for the farms… We utilize it for drinking water. Whatever’s left over… if any, is used for personal hygiene… The lack of water perpetuated the spread of COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation.”
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“We are hoping Build Back Better will cross the finish line…much of that financial support is to help out with climate change…we have seen Lake Powell water levels go down…” -@NNPrezNez
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“Climate change affects the amount of water we have…we are seeing wells drying up…” -@robbinzintherez
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“The lack of water perpetuated the spread of COVID-19 in Navajo Nation…” -@NNPrezNez
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