Our governor-in-waiting has already published his water plan for the 21st century. It contains details that we all want to be familiar with so as to understand the focus of the upcoming administration's agenda. Take a look. And then, take action!
Stormwater Geeks Rejoice! Here is a useful and FREE resource for managing separate storm drain sewer systems.
While our focus is specifically water efficiency and reuse, knowing how our actions impact our waterways is a key motivating factor. Afterall, if we're going to make efforts to change our behavior regarding water use, it's useful to know why. Here's a perfect way to learn more about how our actions affect the ocean ecosystems.
We are proud to have David Carle as Wholly H2o's newest member to our Board of Advisors. David is a long term CA park ranger who authored the very informative and provocative, "Introduction to Water in California" through UCBerkeley Press. (Highly Recommended!) David has just come out with a new fictional account of tunnel built in the Mono Lake Basin. Read and enjoy!
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This commerical called "The Puppy" found on this page from the Southern Nevada Water Authority, may be the best I have ever seen addressing water efficiency. I just came up with a new trick to teach my dogs!
When you live in a city that gets 85-90% from the Colorado River, which by some estimates will no longer have the capacity to provide water to Southern California by 2030, taking water conservation and efficiency steps is crucial. We commend the San Diego City Council in taking another steps towards establishing a culture of conservation in their city. In addition to the article below, this link will lead you to Item 58 of the coucil's agenda, with numerous links to directly to the ordinances:
Nearly all of us would like to see our name in lights. Or maybe just a photograph of your garden in a bok on raingardens?
Given the state of our water supplies in California, it's surprising to ride through neighborhoods around the state and find house after house with thirsty lawns. This article lists the ten top US cities running out of water - two of the ten are in CA! Maybe it's time to rethink your water use habits?
The Carbon Disclosure Project is not being shy in asking the world's 300 largest projects to measure their water footprint.