Decoupling consumption from population on the Colorado River
Southwestern cities shrink their water footprint even as they grow
When we think about the Colorado River water shortage, it’s natural to blame it on the burgeoning population in desert cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Too many people are sucking up too much water to keep their lawns green and their swimming pools full. And as mor…
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