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Solving Environmental Problems Through Collaboration: A Case Study of the New York City Watershed Partnership


Date Published: February 2012


This report features the NYC Watershed Partnership, which works closely with government and non-governmental partners to protect the drinking water supply of 9 million people while promoting economic viability and preserving the social character of the communities in the upstate watershed.

Keywords: collaboration; environmental protection; case study; water



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