Too Late For Water Conservation: Bold And Immediate Solutions That Businesses Can ChampionDecember 21, 2022 | news
Planning for Dry Times: The West Considers More Reservoirs and AquifersDecember 16, 2022 | news
Is California’s Drought Over? Water Providers Still Predict Shortages Next YearDecember 13, 2022 | news
Scientists Hail Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough but Caution That Climate Change Remains a CrisisDecember 12, 2022 | news
Water Advances on Global Climate Agenda at COP27December 9, 2022 | post
Pacific Institute featured at COP for water resilience thought leadership, innovative tools
Salton Sea Public Health Disaster Gets a $250 Million ‘Shot in the Arm’December 5, 2022 | news
IID Approves Possible $250 Million Salton Sea Deal With Feds, StateNovember 29, 2022 | news
Advancing Innovative Water Efficiency Solutions at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference 2022November 18, 2022 | post
Pacific Institute research and innovative solutions related to water efficiency and conservation were recently featured at the 2022 WaterSmart Innovations Conference and Exposition in Las Vegas. From October 4 to 6, technical sessions covered a spectrum of water efficiency and conservation topics, including advancing the adoption of water-efficient products, alternative water supplies, and marketing and outreach.
Stakeholder Engagement Guide For Nature-Based SolutionsNovember 17, 2022 | publication
Effective stakeholder engagement is paramount to the long-term success of any nature-based solutions (NBS) project. Drawing from a range of expert sources, this guide offers accessible and clear guidelines for broad stakeholder engagement, highlighting the diverse global contexts of NBS and identifying key principles and practical steps for incorporating stakeholders into projects.
EXPLAINER: World Cup Host Qatar Relies on DesalinationNovember 10, 2022 | news
L.A. Water Use Plummets During Hot Summer Amid Calls to Conserve During DroughtNovember 7, 2022 | news
How Can California Boost Its Water Supply?November 7, 2022 | news
How Water Has Been Weaponised in UkraineOctober 23, 2022 | news
Saving Water Makes CentsOctober 5, 2022 | post
For the past 30 years, water rates in the United States have risen faster than inflation and all other utility rates, adding to the struggle faced by millions of people across the nation to pay water and sewer bills. Water efficiency investments reduce the need for expensive new water and wastewater infrastructure, saving communities hundreds of millions and in some instances billions of dollars in capital costs and millions more in annual operating costs.
Heat Domes and Heat Waves Take More Water From ReservoirsSeptember 13, 2022 | news
It’s the Thirstiest Crop in the US South-West. Will the Drought Put Alfalfa Farmers Out of Business?September 12, 2022 | news
Tidal Marsh or ‘Fake Habitat’? California Environmental Project Draws CriticismSeptember 10, 2022 | news
Advancing Affordability through Water EfficiencySeptember 8, 2022 | publication
This paper examines the relationship between water conservation and efficiency and affordability. Specifically, it examines the near-term effect of water conservation and efficiency on utility bills, i.e., water, wastewater, and energy bills, for conserving households and the longer term effect on water and wastewater costs for the larger community.
Left Out in Drought: California FishSeptember 7, 2022 | video
Impacts of the California Drought on Freshwater Ecosystems.
Left Out in Drought: California FishSeptember 7, 2022 | publication
More than 97% of California is now experiencing severe drought. While California is known for extreme hydrologic variability, climate change has increased the severity and frequency of droughts significantly intensifying the crisis many fish species face.
Be ‘Less Squeamish’ About Drinking Recycled Wastewater, British Official SaysAugust 29, 2022 | news
Dead Fish Are Piling Up Across Shores of San Francisco Bay, Lake Merritt, As Algal Bloom GrowsAugust 28, 2022 | news
High Grocery Bill? Blame the WeatherAugust 24, 2022 | news
Does the Bay Area Have Enough Water to Build Housing During the California Drought?August 22, 2022 | news
Pipe Dream or Possible? Experts Weigh In on Idea of Sending Mississippi River Water to WestAugust 14, 2022 | news
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