edited by Jodi Summers It will take about 11 trillion gallons of water (42 cubic kilometers) — around 1.5 times the maximum volume of the largest U.S. reservoir – for California to recover from the drought, according to NASA. Earlier this year, a team of scientists led by Jay Famiglietti of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory […]

edited by Jodi Summers National Geographic has come up with a very entertaining app that takes you through your weekly water usage. By plugging information about your home, yard, diet, energy, and consumer choices the app calculates your water usage compared to the average American. Know this: The average American lifestyle is kept afloat by […]

by Jodi Summers Save water! Save water! Save water! That’s the clarion call heard around Los Angeles these day. But, if you are a business owner trying to get a staff on board with water and other money saving policies, you need a strategy for implementation and follow-up. The Los Angeles Department of Water and […]

edited by Jodi Summers Looking for easy ways to save money? Get rid of your lawn. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will even pay you to do it. The average single family home owner spends about 60% of their water on outdoor irrigation. Turf grass is one of the most water-intensive plants […]

edited by Jodi Summers Looking at Forbes’ billionaire statistics country-by-country, you’ll be satisfied to know that the United States boasts 29 real estate billionaires > more than any other individual nation. China has the second highest number of the property-rich at 21, followed closely by Hong Kong, with 18 real estate billionaires. We siphoned through […]

by Jodi Summers All  totaled, California has 111 billionaires – more than any other state. Indeed, if the Golden State were its own country, it would be tied with Russia for third-most billionaires in the world, behind only the United States and China. More than one-third of California’s billionaires are in tech, focused in Silicon […]