Galloway Testifies Before Congress

Galloway Testifies Before Congress

Galloway Testifies Before Congress

Gerald E. Galloway, president of the American Water Resources Association and a Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of civil and environmental engineering, testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on global climate change issues earlier this month.

In his testimony, Galloway urged lawmakers to initiate substantive efforts to develop a coordinated, collaborative and national approach to preserving and protecting the nation’s water resources. He concluded that failure to do so will threaten the health and welfare of American citizens, endanger the economy, weaken the national security and pass the problems to the next generation.

May 25, 2007

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