NewsletterWater Exchange, the Water Center at Penn’s quarterly newsletter, explores why and how water matters from a wide variety of perspectives to help readers gain new insights and consider new ways of thinking when approaching their own water challenges.
Water Exchange Newsletter
Issue 7, May 2021
By Swati Hegde
As the US economy continues to grow, there is still a struggle to translate this growth into more equitable and inclusive employment opportunities. The US water infrastructure has aged, calling for an urgent need for repair, maintenance and restoration.
By Zhengxia Dou
Situated in the rolling hills of horse country in Chester County, Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center is the large-animal campus of the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine.
By Anthony M. Wagar
Most businesses and organizations consider risk management an integral part of their operations and continually prioritize the importance of assessing actual or potential threats to their capital and earnings.
By Chantal Victoria Bright
I’m a Philadelphia native, born to immigrant parents from Liberia—a small country on the coast of West Africa with historical ties to the United States.
By Cooper Yerby
Water scarcity is one of the pre-eminent challenges of the 21st century, affecting roughly 4 billion people globally.