“Sharon’s Water Problem” (by Paul Lauenstein)

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The town of Sharon, MA, has a water problem. Click on the link and see Paul’s presentation about it.

Many places have water problems, but Sharon’s is severe, and emblematic of the poor planning and mismanagement of natural resources which characterizes local, regional, state, and federal governance.

As climate changes, it will get worse.

After all, there isn’t that much water to be had.

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