Water, Water, Everywhere? The Flint Water Crisis

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Natalina A. Aquino & A. Wren Montgomery

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    Natalina A. Aquino completed her undergraduate degree in Business and Economics at the University of Windsor, graduating with Great Distinction. She has taken a great interest in water issues since being introduced to them in her Business Ethics class.

    Dr. A. Wren Montgomery holds a joint appointment with the University of Windsor’s Odette School of Business and the internationally-recognized Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research. She also holds a multi-year appointment at the University of Michigan’s Erb Institute as a Visiting Research Scholar. Wren’s research focuses on emerging pressures on water resources, market and institutional change around water, and interactions between a variety of cross-sectoral stakeholders including corporate, community, government, and NGO actors.

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