White House Water Summit - March 22, 2016
The White House Water Summit was held to raise awareness of water issues and potential solutions in the US. As part of the event, EPA announced that it would provide $200k in funding to the Clusters Program this year, recognizing the unique role that the cluster movement has to play in solving the water challenges of our time.
- White House Water Summit on YouTube Exit
- White House Fact Sheet: Working Together to Build a Sustainable Water Future Exit
The White House released this document highlighting work already being done in the areas of water sustainability.
- Commitments to Action on Building a Sustainable Water Future
Of the 139 efforts highlighted in the report, 12 were cluster-related.
- Cluster Leaders' Statement
This document, prepared by leaders from several clusters, recommends core actions to advance water innovation in the U.S.