[Vision2020] Water: What's your position was: Are we the cause?
mattd2107 at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 26 22:03:34 PDT 2006
I do see your point and understand quite well. I don't know how much I am
sold on the I can't afford to conserve theory. Every one can conserve and do
it by simple little measures. How we can convince people to do that is the
problem. Another point I have is, yes low gallonage toilets will help,
however how much is up for grabs. But then again a gallon saved is a gallon
earned( maybe thats pennies but it sounded good at least).
>From: Nils Peterson <nils_peterson at wsu.edu>
>To: <vision2020 at moscow.com>
>Subject: [Vision2020] Water: What's your position was: Are we the cause?
>Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 20:27:21 -0700
>On 4/26/06 8:03 PM, "Matt Decker" <mattd2107 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > ...One thing that
> > gets me is no one knows when our water will run out. Should this be
> > for concern? Your damn right. Should we stop all growth, no. Mark where
> > your stance on growth? Should we alter it? Stop it? What should we do?
> > Lets move our motivations towards an alternate source, such as a
> > grey water, before we start running out all of the fellas who depend on
> > growth for their survival.
>Matt, I tried to suggest earlier that to be successful politically, any
>needs to capture some of the middle of the body politic.
>One of those middle grounds is those who are willing to conserve but can't
>afford to invest to conserve.
>Another middle ground would be to continue growth but require that it be
>done within the water budget. To do so might require the toilet upgrade
>process discussed earlier. That might make development a bit more
>but that could be a political middle ground between unfettered growth and
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