World Water Day Photos: Water-Savvy Cities

National Geographic: a Watershed Year for Floods, Droughts?”) It isn’t the hotels and fountains on the strip that consume the most water, it is, in part, the city’s lush green lawns and golf courses that need constant irrigation in this desert environment that can suck up gross amounts of H2O. Recognizing the large water footprints of irrigation, SNWA pays residents of arid Las Vegas to tear up their thirsty turf grass ($1.50 a square foot). According to the Water Authority website, their Water Smart Landscape......

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