Shower HeadGet out of the damn shower!  Residents need to be more involved in water conservation. With Lake Mead projected to reach record low levels this year, and despite water conservation efforts that has cut per capita water usage by 40% in the last 25 years, there is still a need for more residents to become actively involved in further water conservation measures. There are a number of suggested ways to engage the public in reasonable water conservation, and it includes a short “To Do List for Good Citizens.” Go to the complete article.

About the Author: Lauren Boitel

Lauren Boitel is the Executive Director of ImpactNV, a statewide sustainability NGO convener and coalition builder that drives systemic change around economic, environmental, and social sustainability in the Silver State. Lauren has 12 years of experience as a Sustainability Professional in Southern Nevada and teaches Sustainability & Entrepreneurship for the Lee Business School at UNLV.