Collaborative planning framework for integrated urban water management with an application in dual water supply: a case study in Fort Collins, Colorado, A
Urban water management is essential to our quality of life. As much of our urban water supply infrastructure reaches the end of its useful life, water managers are using the opportunity to explore alternative strategies that may enable them to better meet modern urban water challenges. Water managers must navigate the labyrinth of balancing stakeholder needs, considering all costs and benefits, reducing decision risk, and, most importantly, ensuring public health and protecting the environment. Innovative water managers need guidance and tools to help manage this complex decision space. This ...
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