Water in a Changing Climate: Reducing Risks, Leveraging Opportunities and Enhancing Resilience

WSP USA partners with the Alliance for Global Water Adaptation to examine two frameworks that can help organizations enhance their climate and water resilience.


Shasta Lake, California is shown at 100 feet below full capacity due to the multi-year drought. It provides drinking and irrigation water to Los Angeles and other locations.


When planning investment strategies, such as when to invest in water treatment plant upgrades, organizations should assess how climate change already affects existing operations and how to address these changes for the short- and long-term.