Amid drought, calls grow for rethinking water

For some Californians, ideas for coping with drought start with a “Water Consciousness”. In this article, Ian James of the Desert Sun quotes Executive Director & CEO of Carpe Diem West.

The state could either require farms to use water more efficiently or could create incentives to promote water-savings, said Kimery Wiltshire of Carpe Diem West, a nonprofit organization that focuses on climate change and water supplies.

Kimery Wiltshire

Kimery Wiltshire
April, 2015

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