Thursday, January 30, 2014

Conservation In The Land Of Waste

Nevada, Not out of the water yet...

Storm Regen shares some impressive finding as seen on CBS News:
Lake Mead, is drying up, meaning the lake is rapidly shrinking. The lake provides water for 20 million people in southern Nevada, southern California and Arizona -- and it's lost 4 trillion gallons of water since 2000.

Las Vegas actually reuses ninety-three percent of its water it's paid homeowners two hundred million dollars to rip up their thirsty lawns this city added four hundred thousand people last decade.