25 November 2014

Speed blogging

  1. Back to the future: some California winegrowers see the virtue (risk reduction) in "dry" farming without irrigation. Related: climate change may bring back local food production as diversification replaces mono-sourced, monocropped farms. Also related: a nice overview on "water markets" (loosely defined) in California and an excellent analysis (pdf) of how to address calls for "more storage" into California's water system

  2. The Dutch government engages citizens on climate change and flood risk, via apps!

  3. LA has moved to Owens Lake 3.0 (furrowed dry beds) in an attempt to restore exports

  4. Late and misunderstood budgets interfere with good water management

  5. An update on unbundling customer service from water provision in England/Wales

  6. The Daily Show criticizes Detroit's efforts to collect money from the poor -- just as I did
H/Ts to DL and RM

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