Water strategy for climate change

Posted on | November 30, 2009 | No Comments

Green building designs recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency. Source: US EPAOne only need read James G. Workman’s op-ed in today’s Los Angeles Times to deduce what we aren’t doing about water in advance of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen next week.

Rather than wait for hell to freeze over and heaven to melt, the US Environmental Protection Agency has got out in front of politicians with this presentation on what’s happening to our climate in the meantime, its impact on our fresh water supply and what we should be doing as a matter of urgency.

Read it carefully before confidently taking the quiz, or, as I did, read it carefully the second time before re-taking the quiz.

This posting was updated at 7.10pm, 11/30/2009. The Workman reference and link were added.

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