At the Spring Water Symposium organized by Sustainable Silicon Valley on May 23, #water experts discussed about some promising technologies and concepts that can accomplish multiple goals at once, all centered around saving water. Onsite water reuse, big data, green infrastructure were all part of the agenda. #sustainability Learn more via @GovernmentTechnologyNews
August 30th - Phewa Tal, Pokhara Valley, Nepal * Phew Tal (Fewa Lake) gleams against a backdrop of green hills and the towering Annapurna mountain range. Most travelers come here to hike the rugged Annapurna Circuit, but others find peace and beauty at yoga retreats or lakeside lodges.
Earlier this month, state water authorities revealed that many California farmers would receive none of their annual water allocation from the State Water Project. Now, federal water authorities have announced that the farmers will receive no water from the Central Valley Project. There will still be partial allocations for those with pre-existing water rights, as well as to waterways that provide habitat to endangered fish species.