Wow! Correct me if I'm wrong, but this translates into nearly 40,000,000,000 (40 billion) gallons of water for 500,000 barrels of oil, or (at 42 gallons per barrel) that's 952,380,952 barrels of water for 500,000 barrels of oil...time to harvest more rain and sun.
With the way that people are so slowly getting the message about the water problem, you’d think the information is coming to them by telegraph, but here's an article from the UK's Telegraph in case you've missed the latest western-US-drought news.
Agriculture could save a lot more water than it does. But how? Here's an LA times op-ed by fellow NM author, Doug Fine, on the subject.
Here's some nice press about my lecture and workshop in Dallas last month.
It's good to see Santa Fe setting an example with regards to conserving water. Melissa is featured in this article by Bob Shaw up in the Twin Cities.
Hank Paulson nails it. Will his party grow up in time?
Great to be featured again in the multiple award-winning New Mexico Magazine (July 2014). Thanks to Charles Mann (for the photo) and Kate Nelson (for the article). We have a nice stunning set of pictures from this garden which has a pumice-wick water-harvesting system in place. I'll have to make an album of the project someday.