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Monthly Archives: April 2015

It seems like a crime to travel half way across the country and spend the whole time inside of windowless conference rooms, so when planning my trip to the Western Power Summit in Las Vegas last fall I booked an early morning flight in order to have time to visit Hoover Dam. Being an icon of all things water and power, it seemed a fitting addition to my trip. Besides, “enrichment” activities are of the… Read More

A few weeks ago, Shadi Eskaf if the University of North Carolina’s Environmental Finance Center posted a series of two blogs on his household water use. The first simply showed the data from his bi-monthly water bill, graphed out across the years, and prompted readers to use the water data to make inferences about his family’s water use.  People really gave it some thought – it’s one of the few times I’ve… Read More