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 3, March 2020
By Andrew Kricun
The Delaware River is one of the most important and scenic rivers in the United States. And, nearly all of it is available to the public for recreational activities.... all of it, except for the zone between Philadelphia and Chester.
By Tom Daniels
The hardest part of creating a successful stormwater management program is to get private landowners to green up their properties.
The East Side Coastal Resiliency Project Environmental Impact Statement: A Model for the Integration of Coastal Protection into Livable Spaces
By Eileen Feldman and Annie Winter
On October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New York, causing catastrophic damage to vital infrastructure in lower Manhattan. Hurricane Sandy, declared a national
By Kelly Bridges
2020 has been dubbed by many in global health as the Year of Neglected Tropical Diseases, or NTDs. Ringing in this momentous year, the global community celebrated the
By Jeffrey Manner
Born from waters that emerge from gneiss and schist bedrock, White Clay Creek (WCC) flows through the Piedmont Upland Province of Southeastern Pennsylvania.