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Where to find out everything about water

A dry pipe drips water on Gless Ranch in Kern County, California.
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If you want to keep on top of the ways water is changing around the world—and how people are trying to preserve its supply for future generations—this is a comprehensive list of the people and resources you need to know.


If there’s one Twitter feed to watch, it’s @WillSarni, former Deloitte adviser on water issues, and one of the most knowledgeable people in the water world, now running his own water consulting and investing business. Sarni picks up all the worthwhile news articles on water.

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