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It’s in the Toilet

My dear friend in Ottawa announced several weeks back—on Facebook—that she had bought a dual flush toilet.  I remember seeing these all over East Asia, especially in Korea and Japan.  It makes sense, right?  Smaller flush for #1, and well, ...

Green is grey

I recently had a discussion with like-minded folks where we bantered about what it meant to be “green.”  It’s gone from fringe to fashion, activist to academic, from mocked to a true movement. Growing up, the debate had always been so ...

Grand Central

Los Angeles is often the straw man when you read about California’s environmental problems.  The left screams bloody murder at the thought of offshore drilling.  Conservative farmers ask why “their” water is going to swimming pools in Southern California.  LA ...

Water Rationing in LA

Hey Angelinos, in case you’ve been asleep, we have mandatory rationing.  As of June 1st, LADWP permits watering on Mondays and Thursdays only.  They announced this with much fanfare last week . . . and none of the related links ...
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