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The Tale of Two Cities - Billions Conserved

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Albuquerque and Santa Fe have had water conservation programs for well over a decade, and both have been very successful. Yet their approaches to saving this precious resource in the arid Southwest are different. . Since 1995, Albuquerque has reduced per capita use by 36%, Santa Fe by 42%. Santa Fe's water use is now substantially less than the US average, while Albuquerque is likely to fall below the US average soon. Both have made tremendous strides in conserving life-giving water. What lessons can we learn by comparing these cities?

This article explores the two cities programs and how much they have saved.  As it shows it is possible to greatly reduce consumption without changing our lifestyle.  And yes, it is possible to go even further.  Read the full article >>

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