Most Americans link climate change and hurricane severity

Most Americans link climate change and hurricane severity A new ABC News-Washington Post poll has found that a majority of Americans believe climate change has intensified recent hurricanes. Compared to similar polling done in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, a higher share of Americans linked global warming to more severe tropical storms. The [...]

By |October 3rd, 2017|Climate change, Flooding, United States|0 Comments

Measuring the yuck factor: recycled water and public opinion

Measuring the yuck factor: recycled water and public opinion Some people call it "purified water." Others deride the process of turning wastewater into potable supplies as "toilet to tap." Whatever you call it, recycling sewage into drinking water is something we're likely to see more of as communities look for new sources to support growing [...]

By |July 25th, 2017|California, Communications, Drought, Quality, Supply|0 Comments

Nearly half of Americans are “water savvy conservationists”

Nearly half of Americans are "water savvy conservationists" Researchers at the University of Florida have classified Americans into three buckets, so to speak, when it comes to outdoor water conservation. In bucket number one are the "water savvy conservationists" who are most likely to be miserly in their outdoor irrigation. They adopt practices such as [...]

By |June 14th, 2017|Communications, Conservation, United States|0 Comments