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Watershed Protection


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Giulio Boccaletti


While cities around the world grow, global water supplies are becoming increasingly scarce and polluted. Cities spend billions of dollars treating water before it’s delivered to our faucets. For many cities, protecting water at its source can be cheaper and more efficient than treating it after it has already been polluted. Cities can invest in natural infrastructure, such as riverbank repair and reforestation, to not only reduce treatment costs, but also protect habitat and provide local economic benefits.

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