Water conservation still a key focus in Las Vegas
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Water conservation still a key focus in Las Vegas

A reliable water supply is critical to our economy and quality of life and Southern Nevada’s conservation efforts make a difference. The community’s commitment to water efficiency and the Water Authority’s long-term water resource planning helped Southern Nevada weather the drought and prepare for possible Colorado River shortage conditions. As the potential for shortage conditions […]

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Doha Debates: Water Scarcity
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Doha Debates: Water Scarcity

(dark music) – [Announcer] Dear World, we need to talk. Welcome to Doha Debates, where we are searching for solutions to global challenges. (dramatic music) (people shouting) – We are facing one of the greatest global risks of our time, the shortage of water. – Water scarcity impacts more than 40% of the world’s population. […]

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Sustainability & Water
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Sustainability & Water

We don’t often think of water as a precious resource; remember, that sustainability is about caring today, for tomorrow. Did you know that it takes 70 litres of water to grow just one apple? Canada is place where water conservation is especially important. We have twenty percent of the world’s fresh water, more than any […]

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The Bay Delta Conservation Plan
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The Bay Delta Conservation Plan

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is a charming and picturesque blend of small towns… …farmland …historical sites …ports …and marinas. California’s two biggest rivers the Sacramento and the San Joaquin entwine in the delta before discharging to San Francisco bay. Fresh water mingles with salt water creating the largest estuary on the west coast. The delta […]

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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS – Water conservation and sustainable power generation plan
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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NEWS – Water conservation and sustainable power generation plan

In sustainable energy news, Formosa (Taiwan) converts fish farms to a viable solar energy business. To help reconstruction and promote development in areas affected by the 2009 Typhoon Morakot, The Honorable Magistrate Tsao Chi-Hung of Pingtung County introduced the water conservation and sustainable power generation plan. It involves the former fish farmers renting out their […]

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