I’ve spent the past few weeks watching how the Trump administration is managing the threat of global warming and water scarcity.
That means my water bills are getting higher.
And it means that I’ve found myself spending more money on bottled water and water filters.
But that isn’t a reflection of my spending habits.
It’s a reflection that the Trump Administration is going in the wrong direction.
In fact, I have a new report on the Trump water crisis, which we hope will provide some context for the President’s efforts to cut funding for water programs.
While it’s true that the U.S. has made significant progress in reducing our water use and water consumption, it’s also true that we still have a long way to go.
The Trump administration has slashed funding for the United States Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Agriculture, and has also taken steps to roll back water quality protections.
While Trump’s proposed budget for the EPA includes billions for the agency, the agency has already seen its budget slashed from $11.3 billion to $8.5 billion.
Meanwhile, USDA has received less than $1 billion in funding, and its mission has been drastically altered.
In fact, according to a report by the Water Resources Council, nearly a third of the water resources in the United State are at risk of disappearing from the soil or water table.
And while the EPA has made great strides in reducing water pollution, it still faces a number of challenges in water management, including the threat from climate change, habitat loss and water shortages.
While I’ve been critical of the Trump government’s approach to water, I think that’s really what this is about.
The problem with water is that it is so finite, and so expensive, and it’s a huge source of pollution.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
And that’s what the Trump White House has been doing with the water crisis.
The administration is not only cutting funding for drinking water and the EPA, it is also cutting funds for the entire federal water system.
The EPA, the USDA and other water agencies are the most important agencies that protect the nation’s drinking water resources, which are essential for our economy, our health and our economy.
In addition, the Environmental Protection of Drinking Water Act is the law that regulates the use and disposal of water, and the agency that regulates drinking water is the Environmental Quality Protection Agency.
That’s why it’s so important that the administration keeps these agencies in place.
But we’re also talking about cutting water budgets at the EPA.
So, while the Trump campaign promised a clean energy future, the administration is cutting funding to water programs across the board, and that includes drinking water programs and water filtration.
These cuts could have a devastating impact on our drinking water supply.
So what can you do?
If you want to help the water industry, consider signing on to the #ProtectOurWater petition.
The White House says it will provide $1 million in aid to the affected agencies.
But many are asking that you make your voices heard and help protect drinking water from the effects of climate change.
If you’re interested in joining the # ProtectOurWater movement, you can find more information at the #SaveOurWater website.