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A New Mexico report on managing water scarcity calls on water utilities to "have long-term planning on rates and conservation actions when accessing federal loans or funds to reduce waste and reflect the value of water." Developed during the 2012 New Mexico Water Conference and released by Sen.
Reforming laws to provide more flexibility in how water is used and shared in Colorado will be critical in meeting demands as the state’s population rapidly grows, according to agriculture, environmental and municipal water experts who spoke Tuesday in Denver.
April 22, 2013--American Water "Faces" the challenges of changes in climate this Earth Day and every day (Wall Street Journal)
The global theme for Earth Day 2013 is "The Face of Climate Change," and leading up to the April 22 observance, the Earth Day Network is seeking to raise awareness about the massive challenges that climate change presents, and about people and organizations stepping up to do something about it.
As Colorado farmers prepare for drought, researchers at CSU are working to find better ways for farmers to use their water. Project leader Neil Hansen, a professor in the department of soil and crop sciences at CSU, hopes the work will eventually allow farmers to see “more crop per drop” of water.
If House Bill 1044 were a book, it might be called "Fifty Shades of Graywater," a suggestion that made Sen. Gail Schwartz laugh out loud.
Watering the lawn in Bayfield would be restricted to alternate days and to the hours between 6 p.m. and 9 a.m. under a proposal to be considered by the town’s Board of Trustees during its April 16 meeting.
Something odd happened in Austin, Texas last week. It rained. But the relief, an answer to desperate prayers, is likely to be short-lived. The drought that has gripped much of Texas since the fall of 2010 shows few signs of abating soon.
In the last six years, Denver Water’s customers have reduced water use by 20 percent. Now, faced with a severe “Stage 2” drought, the state’s largest water utility wants its business and residential customers to cut that by another 20 percent in the next 12 months.
Back-to-back, drought-plagued winters have prompted Colorado water users and providers to prepare for another dry year.
The village of Ruidoso is warning residents that the mountain community's reservoirs are nearly empty due to the drought and the effects of a devastating wildfire. The problem is last year's Little Bear Fire severely damaged the watershed that supplies runoff to the community's two reservoirs. The reservoirs have been unable to capture enough water as a result.