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Why the Feds’ $1.7B Investment in New Infrastructure in First Nations Hasn’t Accounted for Climate Change

February 24, 2021

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Rising Water Level In The Floodplains Of The River IJssel,
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U-M School for Environment and Sustainability associate professor and hydrologist Andrew Gronewold discusses the obstacles First Nations are facing when trying to deliver clean drinking water to communities. Gronewold notes that First Nations needs to account for not only floods and droughts, but also climate change regarding their water and wastewater design process. As the climate is changing, there is more variability when it comes to extreme weather events than in the past.

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