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Project Manager and Analyst for WSO

Thursday, January 07, 2016

Water Systems Optimization, Inc, is looking for a full-time Project Manager and Analyst.
Deadline to apply is January 15th by 5pm PDT.

For more information and the full job details see this form here: WSO SF Job Description January 2016.pdf

Warriors' Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson asking Californians to conserve water in new PSA

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Golden State Warriors 'Splash Brothers' Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson united off the court to record a public service announcement urging Californians to conserve water during the state's historic drought.In the PSA, released Tuesday, Curry says "They call us the 'Splash Brothers' because we can make it rain on the court." Thompson continues, "But even we can't make it rain enough for California." Curry finishes, "If we're going to take on the drought we need some defense."
Read the full story here.

We need fairer water conservation goals for inland California

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
The State Water Resources Control Board meets Monday on potential changes to mandatory water conservation targets should the drought persist into 2016. It needs to correct a significant problem with current targets that unfairly impact California’s inland communities. Read the full story here.

A Sign Saying Back Off My (Green) Lawn

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
In Northern California, curious signs of the drought are popping up at homes with lush lawns.

They read: “Our gardens are watered by a well,” or, “non-potable water in use for irrigation.”
What they’re really saying is, don’t be mad at me because of my green lawn.
Read the full story here.

Could Los Angeles design its way to water independence?

Monday, December 14, 2015
The San Fernando Valley is a sprawling concrete metropolis of stucco-encrusted- apartment buildings and chain stores — a sun-baked suburb with freeways “running through the yard,” as songwriter Tom Petty aptly put it.

To Peter Arnold, an architect in Los Angeles, the maze of cul-de-sacs and identical houses represents a failure of vision: a city that relies on a water system that is invisible, and therefore undervalued. “You just turn on a tap,” he says, “and there it is.”

Him and his wife are trying to re-invent the way cities such as LA use its water.
Read the full story here.

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