Dorothy Green's leadership charted a course of building consensus and integration and challenged us to think 'upstream' where the impact begins

July 26, 2019

In the first part of our Energy-Water Nexus Series, we explored the interdependent relationship between energy and water in our water supply system. We discovered that water travels over hundreds of miles before it reaches our taps. The Mediterranean climate of Los Ang...

We often think of energy and water as separate resources, each being indispensable to human life. However, they heavily depend on one another and can pose a threat to our supply of these resources when we don't make an effort to conserve them . For this week’s #SummerS...

The distribution and governance of water in Southern California can be convoluted. Between sources and our sinks, our water supply is overseen by many agencies across the state. We don’t often think about who overlooks our water system, so in this week’s #SummerScience...

Our #WatershedActive series has covered safe recreation, the ecosystem services that natural resources provide for people and the importance of community engagement. Through the series, we can begin to understand how natural resources are important to human health and...

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