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This library guide is designed to support SIU 2013-2014 first year students' projects about water.
Last Updated: Jan 16, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Welcome to the Morris Library Guide for Research about Water Issues

Cover of the book, Water, by David FeldmanWelcome to Morris Library's Water Sustainability Research Guide. This guide was created to support first year students who have projects in connection to the SIUC Common Reader, Water, by David Feldman.

Please use the tabs along the top to navigate through the guide.  If you have questions, please use Morris Library's Ask A Librarian service by clicking on the picture in the right-hand box to get help.


Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Water News

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Government News

USAID Press Office. USAID Releases its First Water and Development Strategy. (May 15, 2013)

USAID Water and Development Strategy 2013-2018. (PDF)

As Senator Dick Durbin said:"This new US Water and Development Strategy will help lift poor people around the world out of conflict and poverty.  It is smart and strategic.  It builds on our past successes and makes use of new breakthroughs in science and technology." (Read more about Dick Durbin's Announcement of USAID's First-ever Global Water and Development Strategy issued May 21, 2013) You may also want to read Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act (H.R. 3658, 112th Congress, 2011) and Senator Paul Simon Water for the Poor Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-121)

The Paul Simon Water for the Poor Act requires the Secretary of State, in consultation with the USAID Administrator, to submit an annual report to Congress describing changes in the U.S. strategy and progress in achieving the objectives of the Paul Simon Water for the Poor Act. The current and archive of this annual report to Congress (2006-present, PDF) is available here.

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