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|We agree with Bob Amano: We are all in this together!|
The way we live and the way we do business - with regards to water use - is changing. Our mornings now start with quick showers. We replace English lawns with drought resistant landscaping, we love the rebate programs that reward us for replacing old technology with water-saving new technologies in our households and businesses. We sweep our driveways and loading docks instead of washing them down. In the long run, every drop counts and every small little effort will make a difference in the big picture.
As we hope for rain and snow this coming winter we are also reassured by the fact that Californians have a knack for adapting and most of all innovating. California is the birthplace of Google, Laser and Apple computers, after all. Our Silicon Valley companies and state-wide technology industries have sufficient financial resources to launch the New Water Revolution if the state should fail to support it.
L.A. Times featured a headline last week: A State of Denial. I personally think that we have awoken to the fact that we live in a desert - and that we have to adapt to the natural facts. I don't think our state is doomed. Many countries thrive in desert climates.
We can too!
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