California thrust its water utilities front and center during the recent drought. Water utility managers, who had been accustomed to working behind the scenes, became the face of water conservation at city council debates. In response to the 2014 executive order from the Governor of California, water utilities lobbied with commercial and industrial water users to conserve water, […]
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As Hawaii’s cooling tradewinds have faltered and ocean temperatures rise, Hawaii’s leadership moved earlier this year to invest a significant chunk of its resources, more than $100M, to cooling its schools. Last year, temperatures sweltered above 100 degrees, and health concerns forced the Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) to consider suspending school for “heat days.” In […]
In the densely packed megacities of the future, warming climates and rising incomes will make cooling a decisive factor— for energy conservation and quality of life. By mid-century people will use more energy for cooling than heating. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), energy demand for residential air conditioning in summer is […]