David Douglas

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David Douglas "is on the board of the Washington DC-based Water Advocates, the first advocacy organization devoted full-time to increasing America's public and private involvement and funding on behalf of safe, affordable and sustainable supplies of drinking water and adequate sanitation around the world. He has headed for 18 years the all-volunteer Santa Fe-based nonprofit, Waterlines, which has provided technical help and funding for drinking water projects in over 200 rural communities in 12 developing countries. He has also worked as an environmental lawyer and written extensively on international drinking water and sanitation issues for environmental, religious and developmental magazines. He is the author of Wilderness Sojourn: Notes in the Desert Silence and co-author of Pilgrims in the Kingdom: Travels in Christian Britain. He is a trustee of the Wallace Genetic Foundation." [1]

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  1. David Douglas, Water Advocates, accessed February 19, 2010.

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David Douglas: Defense


David Douglas worked for Philip Morris' Research and Development located at Box 26583, Richmond, VA, 23261 in 1975. [Source: Butler 2021648905-13, (P.O.)]

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