Can John Hantz’s tree farm in Detroit be a model for turning around struggling neighborhoods?
Protests were held in Detroit on Friday to challenge the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department’s recent shut-off initiative. The United Nations has published a number of statements regarding residents’ “the right to water.”
Now this is a black eye that the city of Detroit does not need. As regular readers know, I suspected that the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department would become a “hot potato” in the city’s reorganization efforts.
States' Statutes of limitations comes under question.
As we rebuild our state’s infrastructure, we need to think about doing it right the first time.
The best method to adapt and become resilient to climate change is to diversify.
We’ve all seen how the Internet has changed certain businesses.
The current system needs infrastructure upgrades which are likely to be very expensive.
Did you ever think about where your water comes from and what may be in it? I have a good friend who never thought about the fact that there was a finite amount of water and that certainly some of what came out of his tap had, at some point (possibly in the distant past), likely passed through someone else’s bladder. What that means is that proper treatment of wastewater may have a serious impact on drinking water quality and public health.