On October 21, 2020, the Value of Water Campaign hosted the sixth annual Imagine a Day Without Water. Over 1,200 organizations and individuals came together to participate in the day of action, including water agencies, businesses, public officials, the media, schools, and nonprofits across the nation.
The American Society of Civil Engineers and the Value of Water Campaign produced a new report on the economic impacts of closing the water infrastructure gap, and the cost of inaction if we fail to do so. From public health to jobs and the economy, water impacts everything we do and failing to adequately invest puts our communities at risk.
Key highlights from the new report by American Society of Civil Engineers and the Value of Water Campaign on the economic benefits of investing in water infrastructure and the cost of inaction.
For the fifth year in a row, the Value of Water Campaign polled 1,000 American voters to ask their opinions on water and investing in critical water systems.
Perfect for social media, websites, and as a one-pager to share with decision makers, this fact sheet summarizes key findings from the fifth annual Value of Water Index.
New 2019 poll shows Americans support investing in water infrastructure, and they want a proactive program of reinvestment rather than waiting for these critical systems to fail.
April 2019: Share this resource to demonstrate broad bipartisan support for investing in water infrastructure.
January 2019: This report summarizes the progress made by the Value of Water campaign through 2018.
New poll shows Americans support investing in water infrastructure, and they want a proactive program of reinvestment rather than waiting for these critical systems to fail.
Share this resource to demonstrate broad bipartisan support for investing in water infrastructure.
May 2017: Value of Water Campaign poll finds broad support among Americans for increased investment in water infrastructure.
March 2017: Report on the economic benefits of investing in water infrastructure finds that if we close the investment gap for water infrastructure, there is a ripple effect of sustained job creation, GDP growth, and more.
March 2017: One-page fact sheet highlights the key findings from the Value of Water Campaign's report, "The Economic Benefits of Investing in Water Infrastructure"
March 2017: Technical Appendix for the Value of Water Campaign's report, "The Economic Benefits of Investing in Water Infrastructure"
What do Americans think about the state of water in the US? New national poll released by the Value of Water Campaign surveys public attitudes about water and the need to invest in water infrastructure.
This briefing paper, issued by the Value of Water Campaign, spotlights innovative solutions to the nation's growing water challenges.
Investment in water infrastructure will benefit the greater economy in countless ways. More jobs and a cleaner country? Water can do that.
Just how much does the US economy rely on water? Nearly as much as we humans do.
Our water infrastructure is in dire need of improvements. This assessment lets us know just how bad it is.
Everyone has a role to play in protecting the world’s water resources. Here you can learn more with resources including a series of fact sheets on common water quality topics and a glossary of water terms.
Just how valuable is water? Look here for simple, yet surprising, facts.
Nearly all of our water infrastructure if buried under ground, making it easy to forget about. It’s time we turn our eyes to what’s underneath us.
See what water infrastructure investment in your state will do to benefit jobs. Hint: it’s all good.
What do we learn when we ask those on the job how things are going in the water industry?
What are the top challenges facing the water industry? The State of Water Industry might surprise you.
Climate change will drastically alter the water cycle, affecting where, when, and how much water is available. Read more on the impacts that climate change will have on our most precious resource.
Climate change will affect all corners of our nation and globe- in some places there may occur a deluge of unprecedented water, in others there will be drought. Is your city ready?
First-of-its-kind study underscores that rapidly deteriorating water quality - not just water quantity - is escalating a global water crisis.