Demands for Energy, Water at Critical Point

Energy and water are inextricably linked, and claims on each are rising. As Peter Gleick, president of the Pacific Institute, a Circle of Blue partner, pointed out at the Global Nexus of Energy and Water panel discussion in Boston last month, water is needed for mining coal, drilling oil, refining gasoline, generating and distributing electricity, disposing waste and cooling power plants.

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