California Drought Plans Can Help The World

29 Jul 2014, Westwood, Los Angeles, California, USA --- 30 inch water pipe burst under Sunset blvd, producing a geyser of water that flooded the UCLA campus. Water and mud flooded the athletic area of the campus with several feet of standing water. An estimated 8 million to 10 million gallons of water was lost in the main break, according to the Department of Water and Power. --- Image by © Ted Soqui/Corbis

29 Jul 2014, Westwood, Los Angeles, California, USA — 30 inch water pipe burst under Sunset blvd, producing a geyser of water that flooded the UCLA campus. Water and mud flooded the athletic area of the campus with several feet of standing water. An estimated 8 million to 10 million gallons of water was lost in the main break, according to the Department of Water and Power. — Image by © Ted Soqui/Corbis

No doubt, California is in the middle of an extreme drought and we all need to pitch in to do what we can to conserve water and come up with solutions. Drought is a worldwide problem right now, affecting over 1.5 billion people. Luckily, California has the resources, leadership and brain trust to develop systems to not only help the state, but the world. Read more in this article posted by Wired magazine…

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