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Archive for July, 2014

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Why The California Drought Is A National Issue

Written by Vincent Caprio
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How the Power of Water Can Change the World

Written by Martin Byars

water facuetWhat is the most powerful thing you can think of?  A nuclear bomb, gravity, money, mom’s stare?  Einstein is quoted as saying, “There is no greater power in the universe than the power of compound interest.”  Whether he actually said it or not is still debated, but its truth is not.

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A New Look At Urban Water Systems

Written by Ralph Exton

shutterstock_175867946For decades, the current, centralized infrastructure model for urban water systems in the United States has gone relatively unchanged. But with increasing concerns about water scarcity and disaster susceptibility, coupled with advancing technologies, the case for a growing distributed infrastructure is gaining momentum. The approach would require an integrated model that is a combination of distributed water systems plus a centralized utility, with a view toward working in harmony with the watershed.

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