Marked By COVID Responds to CDC Director’s Admission of the Agency’s Failure in Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

On Wednesday, Dr. Rochelle P. Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, admonished the agency’s COVID-19 pandemic response after reviewing the findings of a monthlong review in April. The review was requested by the director after continuous criticism by the public – including groups representing people living with COVID bereavement, Long COVID,


As Arizona Hits 3 Million Vaccine Doses Administered, Governor Ducey Announces New Phase Of COVID-19 Mitigation

With Declining Cases And Hospitalizations At Lowest Levels In Months, Business Guidelines Transition From Requirements To Recommendations With the state of Arizona hitting several important public health benchmarks, Governor Doug Ducey today announced several updates to the state’s COVID-19 measures, including on events, businesses and local ordinances. Several key data points contributed to these changes:

State, local leaders collaborate to manage water supplies

A local group of governor appointed community leaders work with the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) to assure our communities have a voice in state decisions that impact the management of regional water supplies. The Groundwater Users Advisor Council or GUAC is a six member group of citizens who voluntarily serve six year terms.


NAU researchers co-author study that finds water efficiency achievable throughout U.S. without decrease in economic activity

A recent study co-authored by two Northern Arizona University researchers showed that targeted efforts to increase water efficiency could save enough water annually to fill Lake Mead. It could happen without significantly compromising economic production, jobs or tax revenue. The study, published today in Environmental Research Letters, demonstrates that there is no one right answer

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