There’s little incentive for L.A. renters to take shorter showers

LA Times: When Emi Nakagawa rented a studio apartment in San Gabriel, she didn't think twice before jumping into the shower. "There was no incentive" not to, she said, because Nakagawa, like the millions of Southern Californians who rent apartments, didn't directly pay for her water and never knew how much she used. In the fourth year of drought, Californians are under orders to reduce their water consumption by 25%, but a new study suggests that apartment dwellers may not be doing their share. About......

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