Two studies make the case that markets and prices are part of the tool kit to combat scarcity.
Officials said the deal highlights the changing attitudes cities are taking toward predicted water challenges.
$100,000 New Arizona Prize challenges innovators to raises awareness of the challenges facing the state's long-term water supply.
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Posted on 10/20/2014
Desert shrubs do not thrive when homeowners and landscapers shear them into geometric shapes, such as balls, squares or inverted pyramids. Regular shearing weakens these shrubs, detracts from their beauty, discourages them from flowering, and shortens their lives. Desert shrubs just don’t conform to formal garden expectations. It’s painful to see these […]
Posted on 10/13/2014
There are many well-known names in Arizona’s water history. U.S. Senator Carl Hayden and Congressman John Rhodes delivered the votes in Washington that brought Colorado River water to the state. Governor Bruce Babbitt and state Senator Stan Turley wrestled the Arizona Groundwater Management Act into law and stopped decades of relentless over […]
Wildfires Raise Cost Of Treating Valley Drinking Water
Posted on 10/06/2014
Wildfires that tear through Arizona’s north country destroy our playgrounds, ravage ecosystems, kill and displace wildlife, and pollute the Valley’s water supply. If the wildfires are not contained, the Salt River Project fears more of these hotter and faster-moving fires also could threaten the life of its reservoirs. To slow and cool […]