Water engineers fashioned California into an agricultural giant and built some of the world’s greatest cities through monumental infrastructure projects, from the Hoover Dam to the LA Aqueduct and the State Water Project. Today, that centralized water system has caught the West in a Gordian knot of huge sunk investments and behemoth government agencies. Untying that […]
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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, […]
Cleantech investors have been stymied by the US water market. In 2015, water tech accounted for only 2.2% of cleantech funding, and 0.07% of the broader technology start-up market. While green building has driven the installations of renewable energy and new materials over the last decade, distributed water solutions have struggled to establish themselves in high-performance […]
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Here is an excellent visualization that shows what is warming (and cooling!) the earth. fb.me/8aU5gv3hw