Who we are 

The Internet of Water Coalition is a group of organizations working together with federal, state, and local government partners to build foundational water data infrastructure across the US and create a community of people and organizations using water data to make better decisions.

OUR VISION
OUR TEAM
Internet of Water Principles
THE WATER CHALLENGE

Meeting 21st Century Challenges with 21st Century Solutions

Around the globe and here in the United States, water challenges are mounting as climate change, population growth, and other drivers of water stress increase. The water data infrastructure to address these challenges is antiquated and increasingly inadequate for the 21st century.
Learn the history of the US water challenge
Imagine a world with an IoW
WHY AN INTERNET OF WATER?

Communities Call for Modern Water Management

Communities across sectors in California, the Great Lakes region, the Midwest, Texas, and the Colorado River Basin reflect on their needs, expectations, and current water data activities. These and other conversations highlight the need for an internet of water.
Who makes an internet of water?
The Internet of Water Coalition is co-led by five non-profit organizations
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Logo
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Water Data Collaborative Logo
Western States Water Council Logo

These organizations are supported by a broader coalition of member organizations and public agency liaisons. Learn more!

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