excerpted from Water Underfoot
Recorded on August 2014

Water Conservation Ethics

Description 

“You have a whole host of places in Southern California that have grown by millions of people without increasing their water use because of a conservation ethic,” says Felicia Marcus, Chair of the State Water Resources Control Board.  Not only do Southern Californians believe in conservation, at the local level, water districts are implementing rules on toilet retrofits and landscape ordinances to help with water conservation.

Speakers at this Event

Community & Rural Affairs Advisor, Office of Planning and Research, State of California

Chair, State Water Resources Control Board

Robert E. Paradise Professor of Natural Resources Law, Stanford University