A recent report by the Center for Science in the Public Interest says the nation’s water infrastructure is underperforming, and more needs to be done to address it.
The report’s authors, who include scientists at the University of Arizona, have been tracking the health of the nation to gauge the impact of climate change and the threat of a pandemic.
In a new report, they say the water systems of the United States are “underperforming.”
In fact, the report finds, more than half of the water system failures in the U.S. are due to poor design, poor maintenance, and poor quality water.
The authors say it’s clear that, as global temperatures rise, we’re facing an unprecedented challenge to the water supply and infrastructure.
“While our system may not be ready for the coming decades, our water system is already well-designed and in excellent condition,” the report says.
“In fact the U of A’s Center for Urban Infrastructure Technology and Design has identified the water infrastructure that is expected to be the largest source of human health problems by 2035.”
The report was written by a team of engineers and scientists from the Center’s urban infrastructure program.
They say that, while the report does not call for the creation of a single national water system, it does suggest the federal government should look at ways to build more robust systems that address a variety of concerns.
“A robust, integrated and coordinated public health response is essential for our future health and the future prosperity of our country,” the authors wrote.
“As we prepare for the challenges ahead, we must consider whether we need to invest in water infrastructure at all or whether we should invest in the health and wellbeing of our communities, our economy and our communities.”
To understand why we need a robust public health program, the authors looked at a wide variety of environmental, health, and economic indicators.
In addition to examining how our water infrastructure was designed in the United State, the team looked at how the health, environment, and economy of other countries are evolving.
“The global health impacts of climate pollution are already becoming evident, particularly in areas of the world that were previously considered to be at least marginally habitable,” the scientists wrote.
For example, the researchers found that water in the North American Midwest is at or above the national average, but that it is also at or below the national health-related threshold.
The report also noted that the U,S.
has one of the highest levels of obesity in the world.
The authors of the report also highlighted some other ways that our water systems are failing, saying that the country’s drinking water system has the lowest concentration of contaminants in the country, and that more than 90 percent of the drinking water wells are located in rural areas.
The researchers also noted how our air quality is declining.
“The average level of ozone is dropping to the lowest level in over 50 years, and the U is among the highest polluters of ozone-forming substances,” the study said.
And the authors note that a recent study showed that the air quality in many cities and towns is deteriorating at an alarming rate.
The lack of health care access and the lack of access to affordable and quality care has been a big concern for the study authors.
For example, “health care is a critical lifeline for millions of Americans,” the paper said.
“This report shows that health care systems and the health care workforce in the USA are in serious need of modernization.”
The authors also said that many of the problems identified in the report stem from poor governance and inadequate training and management.
“Poor management practices and poor training and certification of health professionals are the two most important causes of poor performance in water systems and water systems management,” the researchers wrote.
They also note that the lack and lack of a well-trained workforce is a big problem for those who are dealing with water systems.
“Poor performance of water systems can result in poor health outcomes, such as poor outcomes of kidney disease, urinary tract infections, heart disease, respiratory infections, chronic pain, obesity, and many other diseases,” the investigators wrote.