Water Conservation - Past, Present, and Future

July 31, 2003 - 12:00pm
Bldg. 90

The presentation will provide a brief background on water use in California, residential water use characteristics, a history of per capita water use, and a discussion of 75 years of precipitation patterns. Then, conservation efforts starting in the 70's to the present will be discussed followed by a look into the future of water conservation. Also, I'll also briefly discuss some of the issues driving water conservation.

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Remote Access

Not able to attend in person? Remote participants can use ReadyTalk Audio & Net conference to phone in to listen, while viewing the presentation via the ReadyTalk site.

Web Access Code: 4864835

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1 (866) 740-1260
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