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  • Shorter showers? Nine more ways the state has to change its water ways

    Shorter showers? Nine more ways the state has to change its water ways
    Heading into the fourth summer of drought, water agencies are looking for ways to get Californians to conserve at home. Tear out lawns. Install low-flow toilets. Irrigate with gray water. But what should the whole state be doing? Opinion asked nine water experts what needs to change about how California handles its water.
  • Drought provides opportunity for L.A. to get gray water right

    Drought provides opportunity for L.A. to get gray water right
    Not just during drought but even in times of normal precipitation, there is something absurd about taking precious drinking water — imported at great cost from environmentally fragile areas hundreds of miles away, pumped over the mountains using...

    A court ruling could wash away incentives to conserve water

    A court ruling could wash away incentives to conserve water
    The rich, it turns out, use more water than the rest of us. The Times reported last week that residents of wealthy cities such as Beverly Hills use up to four times as much water, on average, than residents of neighboring Los Angeles, even during the...

    Garcetti pushes L.A. to conserve more water with 'Save the Drop'

    Garcetti pushes L.A. to conserve more water with 'Save the Drop'
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday announced what he called an “unprecedented outreach campaign” in the city’s continuing effort to get residents to use less water amid California’s drought. The campaign — titled...

    California's mandatory water cutbacks are a good move

    California's mandatory water cutbacks are a good move
    Residents of large urban areas have weathered California's current drought, well into its fourth year, without making many substantial changes. Los Angeles was shielded from the full impact by water stored in reservoirs. Many Sacramento residents still...