California’s wealthy lagging in water conservation

LA Times: There are few signs of California`s epic drought along a stretch of Maple Drive in Beverly Hills. Deep green front lawns stretch out, dotted with healthy trees and sculpted foliage. The only brown lawn in sight was at a home under construction. As California gears up for the first mandatory water restrictions in its history, a long-standing class divide about water use is becoming increasingly apparent. Beverly Hills and other affluent cities use far more water per capita than less-wealthy......

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