Highlighting social identity and peer group norms can increase water conservation

LakeArrowhead (#1) 209 days ago Science highlighting social identity peer group norms increase water conservation All   Discuss  | Add To 
New research suggests that targeted use of behavioural 'nudges' can encourage people to conserve water. Researchers found that rather than giving people general information about the importance of saving water, emphasizing the water conserving actions of others in the same social group -- for example university students or local residents -- encourages similar behavior changes and reduces water demand.

Water war in California: Agencies fight over drought emergency plan with crucial deadline looming

LakeArrowhead (#1) 215 days ago US News water war california agencies fight drought emergency plan crucial deadline looming All   Discuss  | Add To 
California remains a holdout on a drought emergency plan for the Colorado River that is due next Tuesday by all seven river states. Holding up the plan has been a fight between two powerful water agencies in Southern California.

Panoramic Lake View~Steps Away From The Water

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Panoramic Lake View~Steps Away From The WaterThis tastefully decorated cabin is approximately 2,400 sq. ft. and boasts an upfront panoramic lake view from almost every room in the house! You will not tire of looking at the view from one of our 2 balconies. Parking for 4 cars leads directly i...World

EPA to limit manmade chemicals in drinking water

LakeArrowhead (#1) 245 days ago US News epa limit manmade chemicals drinking water All   Discuss  | Add To 
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will announce on Thursdays limits on how much toxic chemicals from cookware and carpeting are allowed in drinking water.

Divining roots: Revealing how plants branch out to access water

LakeArrowhead (#1) 295 days ago Science divining roots revealing plants branch access water All   Discuss  | Add To 
New research has discovered how plant roots sense the availability of moisture in soil and then adapt their shape to optimise acquisition of water.

Lakefront home with views of the water, pool table, gourmet kitchen, & kayak

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Lakefront home with views of the water, pool table, gourmet kitchen, & kayakWhether you're lingering in the living room or breathing deeply on the deck, Big Al's Lakehouse provides the restful vacation setting you're looking for. Nestled next to the lake and with views of the water, this three-level home is a great launch...World

Designer of 17-story Schlitterbahn water slide arrested in boy's death

LakeArrowhead (#1) 562 days ago US News designer 17-story schlitterbahn water slide arrested boys death All   Discuss  | Add To 
The designer of a 17-story waterslide is the third person to be charged in a 10-year-old boy's 2016 death at Kansas Schlitterbahn Waterpark.

Orbital Systems raises £15M Series B for ‘NASA-inspired’ tech to save water when showering

LakeArrowhead (#1) 917 days ago Business orbital systems raises 15m series nasa-inspired tech save water showering All   Discuss  | Add To 
 Orbital Systems, a ‘clean-tech’ startup out of Sweden, has raised £15 million in Series B funding. The company’s founder and CEO Mehrdad Mahdjoubi has developed new re-purification technology, in collaboration with NASA, that significantly reduces the amount of water and energy used when taking a shower. The same technology can also be used to save water in other domestic… Read More

Nitrogen, phosphorus from fertilizers and pet waste polluting urban water

LakeArrowhead (#1) 924 days ago Science nitrogen phosphorus fertilizers pet waste polluting urban water All   Discuss  | Add To 
New research points to lawn fertilizers and pet waste as the dominant sources of nitrogen and phosphorus pollutants in seven sub-watersheds of the Mississippi River in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Neonicotinoids detected in drinking water in agricultural area

LakeArrowhead (#1) 924 days ago Science neonicotinoids detected drinking water agricultural area All   Discuss  | Add To 
Concern over the use of neonicotinoid pesticides is growing as studies find them in rivers and streams, and link them with declining bee populations and health effects in other animals. Now researchers report that in some areas, drinking water also contains the substances -- but they also have found that one treatment method can remove most of the pesticides.

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