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Southern California, a leader in water conservation

Posted by George J Janczyn on March 6, 2014

 

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Infographic from the Southern California Water Committee.

 

One Response to “Southern California, a leader in water conservation”

  1. Good progress on per capita water use, but we have a ways to go to match what the Southern Nevada Water District has done. We should shoot for 75 gallons per day. Okay to work on the 20% that non-farm and residential users are consuming, but agri-business, contributing only 1-2% of CA’s gross domestic product uses 80% of the State’s water. See
    http://www.ppic.org/content/pubs/jtf/JTF_DroughtJTF.pdf. See also my blog on http://www.water-shock.com “Exporting Colorado River Water to China” posted today” that includes the following link http://alfalfa.ucdavis.edu/-files/pdf/CulpGlennon2012.pdf.

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