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Jaya Rawla

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Toward Clean Water in Rio and Boston

Posted by Jaya Rawla

8/19/16 3:42 PM


The 2016 Olympic Games have seen more than 10,000 athletes competing in dozens of sports in Rio de Janeiro. Water sports such as rowing and canoeing took place outdoors on some of Rio’s many waterways including the Marina da Glória. Amidst the sporting fervor, there has been a degree of concern about Rio’s water quality.

 

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One of the country's oldest watershed organizations, Charles River Watershed Association (CRWA) was formed in 1965 in response to public concern about the declining condition of the Charles. Since its earliest days of advocacy, CRWA has figured prominently in major clean-up and watershed protection efforts, working with government officials and citizen groups from 35 Massachusetts watershed towns from Hopkinton to Boston. Initiatives over the last fifty years have dramatically improved the quality of water in the watershed and fundamentally changed approaches to water resource management.