The following individuals actively participate on Twitter to provide useful information, links, and commentary on water conservation topics.

michael-campanaMichael E. Campana @waterwired
Michael E. ‘Aquadoc’ Campana is a hydrogeologist, hydrophilanthropist, Professor of Hydrogeology and Water Resources Management in the Geography Program of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) at Oregon State University, Emeritus Professor of Hydrogeology at the University of New Mexico, Past President of the American Water Resources Association and Past Chair of the Scientists & Engineers Division of the National Ground Water Association.

robert-osborneRobert Osborne @watercrunch
Robert is the author of the blog WaterCrunch and is a water resources engineer for Black & Veatch. On his blog he writes about water resource topics, infrastructure, history, and tech tools. He has worked on numerous water supply and planning projects throughout the Southeast.

peter-gleickPeter Gleick @PeterGleick
Peter Gleick is a climate and water scientist and author of Bottled and Sold, a book that discusses the environmental impacts of bottled water. He is a member of the National Academy of Science, MacArthur Fellow, and President of the Pacific Institute. His research and writing addresses the connections between water and human health, hydrologic impacts of climate change, sustainable water use, and international conflicts over water resources.

coyote-gulchJohn Orr @CoyoteGulch
John Orr is the author of Coyote Gulch where he shares news on water issues with a focus on the Colorado River Basin. With over 25,000 tweets from @CoyoteGulch, John will keep you up to date on the latest news and information.

maude-barlowMaude Barlow @MaudeBarlow
Maude Barlow is the Chairperson of the Council of Canadians and chair of the board of Food & Water Watch. She is an author of books about the global water crisis including Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever. Barlow has also served as Senior Advisor on Water to the 63rd President of the United Nations General Assembly.

charles-fishmanCharles Fishman @cfishman
Charles Fishman is a reporter and author of The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water which discusses our complex relationship with water and the challenges of managing it smartly. He shares interesting links about water news and issues on Twitter.

david-zetlandDavid Zetland @aguanomics
David Zetland is a water economist and author of the blog Auguanomics and the book The End of Abundance: Economic Solutions to Water Scarcity. At Auguanomics, he has written about water conservation and water economics for over 6 years.

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