aspects of modern life, and how dire the situation might be if nothing changes. However, this book is also exhilarating in the fast-paced way it examines
the future of water from our own kitchen sinks to massive dams in China. The Future of Water provides a great look at the critical challenges
and opportunities that face us all over the next century. --Bill Owens, Governor of Colorado 1999 2006
About the Author
resource management fields. Since 1992, he has provided consulting and advisory services through his company
TechKNOWLEDGEY Strategic Group (TSG). He is a contributing editor to Journal AWWA, the Environmental Business Journal, American Water Intelligence, Water Underground
Infrastructure Management, and the Environmental Lab Report, as well as the author of The Business of Water
(AWWA, 2008, 978-1-58321-556-2). He holds advanced degrees in Public Policy and in Geology from Harvard
University, and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Earlham College. Mr. Maxwell is also an avid cyclist, and recently became one of the few Americans to complete the legendary
climb of Mont Ventoux, in southern France, from all three directions in one day. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.
Scott Yates is a freelance writer based in Denver, Colorado. He has a B.A. degree in journalism from New York University, and has spent the past 11 years working as a reporter, writer, and editor for print and online publications, winning regional and national awards.