Researchers from McGill and Utrecht University say it is possible to significantly reduce water scarcity in just over 35 years.
Myths stand in the way of agreements needed to deal with increasing demand for water in the Colorado River basin
ADWR director Michael Lacey discusses implementation of strategies to meet the state's future water needs.
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Posted on 09/15/2014
Valley homeowners use as much as 70 percent of their water outside, particularly during the summer months. Here’s the frustrating part: many homeowners can grow the same lovely outdoor spaces with the same gardens, grass and trees and use far less drinking water to do it. The trick is an efficient irrigation […]
Posted on 09/08/2014
Solving the mystery of Lost and Unaccounted for Water can save a city money and conserve water on a grand scale. Lost and Unaccounted for Water, also known as non-revenue water, is the difference between the volume of drinking water treated by a city minus the volume of drinking water the city […]
More scientists showing up in bathrooms this school year
Posted on 09/01/2014
If your kids are spending even more time in the bathroom this school year, they may be doing homework. Really. The homework is part of the Water Investigations Program, a yearlong learning adventure that brings science into students’ homes and takes students out to rivers and wetlands. It is the program’s fourth […]