LA Water Conservation Lags Behind

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UCLA has just come out with its Environmental Report Card and LA County’s water gets a C. That’s a general grade for quality, how much we use, and where we get it from. The good news: Angelenos have clean drinking water and it’s safe to swim at our beaches, at least when it’s not raining, during the summer. But the report finds that even though we use about sixteen percent less water than we did in the year 2000, we still have a long way to go when it comes to conservation.

Credits

Guest:
Stephanie Pincetl - California Center for Sustainable Communities at UCLA - @stephaniepincet

Host:
Madeleine Brand

Producers:
Jolie Myers, Matt Holzman, Anna Scott, Christian Bordal