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Innovating a Path to Water Abundance

By Alisa Ferguson I walked outside the other day and something seemed off. The sky was dim, overcast. The ground was wet. I felt something dripping on my shoulder. It was...raining. Most people wouldn't find this experience so perplexing. But after living in Los Angeles in the midst of one of the most severe droughts on record, rain has become an anomaly. In fact, when I see any kind of water at all--a rare sprinkler going off in the middle of the day, a patch of moist green grass along a hiking trail, water streaming down the paved hills of my neighborhood--I feel a sense of anxiety that someone, somewhere is wasting this precious and dwindling resource.
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