California’s drought has had worrisome impacts. Necessity, however, is the mother of invention – and we’ve partnered with farmers, irrigation districts & researchers to achieve just that.
Together with speakers from the State Water Resources Control Board, Almond Board of California, and Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, Ashley Boren discussed the future of California water at the Commonwealth Club.
If you’ve driven through the Central Valley lately, you have no doubt seen evidence of California’s drought: brown lawns, barren fields, and signs protesting severe water reductions for agriculture.
The California Department of Substances published a video detailing the effort to phase-in copperless brake pads. When the brake pad legislation goes into full effect California is poised to save $1 billion in stormwater treatment costs.