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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Lessons in Efficiency

Lessons in Efficiency

Anyone who is in contact with children--be they a teacher or a parent--knows one of the most successful ways to create social change is to start with the youth. Of the many efforts conducted throughout the US to create "greener" schools, water efficiency is one of the pivotal factors. Three of the 10 largest school districts are in Florida, which has been under water conservation measures for months. The fifth-largest school district is in Clark County, NV, another focus of water use concerns. Throughout the US, many governmental water agencies are partnering with local school districts in identifying and addressing water waste issues. Article by Carol Brzozowksi, Water Efficiency, March 2008.


Water Efficiency

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March 2008

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