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Arizona State University

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Arizona State University

411 N. Central Avenue Suite 500

Phoenix, Arizona,85004

United States

Company Description

ASU's School of Life Sciences is an academic unit of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Arizona State University is the largest public research university in the United States under a single administration, with total student enrollment of more than 7...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Kyl Center for Water Policy Update


Executive Director

Audubon Arizona


Affiliations

Phoenix Collegiate Academy

Governing Board Member


Arizona Game & Fish Department

Legislative Liaison


Be Outdoors Arizona

Treasurer


Education

J.D.

Arizona State University College of Law


undergraduate degree

Harvard College


Web References(62 Total References)


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"It's hard for people to hold in their minds," said Sarah Porter, director of the Kyl Water Center at Arizona State University.


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"Reflection on 2 Years (almost) in a Water Policy Think Tank" - Sarah Porter, Director, Kyl Center for Water Policy at Morrison Institute, Arizona State University(pdf-4443.66kb)


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Sarah Porter, Director of the Kyl Water Center, Morrison Institute for Public Policy, Arizona State University


www.redrocknews.com

Sarah Porter, Director of the Kyl Center for Water Policy at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, Arizona State University, outlined what she believes to be the four biggest challenges facing Arizona's flagging water resources:
Shortages on the Colorado River: "30 percent or so of our water comes from the river," Porter said. In recent decades, there have been significant shortages due to much droughts and increased agricultural needs. The supply gap: "We may have 18 million people living in Arizona by 2060," Porter said - a population that will demand, at the most conservative estimates, 15 percent more water than is currently being used. General stream adjudications: According to Porter, water rights tied up in decades-long litigation impacts how efficiently water resources can be used. Groundwater supply: Porter said that groundwater, which makes up to one-third of water used in the state, is "not going to be put back as fast as it's taken out. When this resource is exhausted, she added that, "It's going to be a problem we all have to share." In closing, Porter attempted to reframe the participants' focus, saying, "This is really a discussion about 'How should we grow?'"


www.azcentral.com

A Princeton University-educated California girl, Sarah Porter has taken up residence in the desert.
Within hours of closing on her loft in Tempe's Bridgeview condo tower, Porter lugged a case of wine and beer to her second-floor unit. She wanted to throw the first party in a home that she would stamp with her distinctive sense of style. Eye-level views of A Mountain and a glimpse of Sun Devil Stadium dominate the main room of her two-bedroom, two-bath loft on Rio Salado Drive. The view from her bedroom takes in Tempe Town Lake. Porter, who runs her family's tempered-glass business in Phoenix, wanted her home to look sophisticated, inviting and full of color and surprise without appearing contrived. "Sometimes rooms look like they tried too hard. They look perfect. I wanted mine to have a personality and life, like I do," said Porter, who will begin MBA classes at Arizona State University in the fall. Porter found herself returning to her favorite color, orange, as an accent (and a nod to Princeton). Porter appreciates contrasts. "I like putting things together that look young and old, rough and smooth," she explained. A cocktail mixer holds a bouquet of flowers on a side table in the living room. A mason jar holds roses on the dining-room table. And Porter has turned an empty Patrón tequila bottle into a vase on a glass shelf in the entryway. "It's got such a sense of humor," Porter said of the chandelier, from Lightform Design. Porter's art collection is hung throughout the home. A Fausto Fernandez painting, which she spotted on a First Fridays art walk in downtown Phoenix, hangs in the dining area. But for now, Porter is content to admire how well her desert home with lake view has come together in a balance of contrasts. Sarah Porter's charming Bridgeview condo is an extension of her personality.


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