Tags : sustainability

Tasting the Sweet Water

THE VISION & PASSION BEHIND AQUAPONICS AT AGUA DULCE Photography by Jonathan Garza The Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations forecasts food production will need to increase 70 percent by 2050 to be ready for the steadily increasing world population. A combination of flat crop yields, new crop diseases, urbanization and soil […]Read More

Water in Twenty-First Century Texas

WHAT THE PAST TELLS US ABOUT THE FUTURE By Jay L. Banner, Ph.D. & Eric S. Hersh, Ph.D., P.E.  It can be said that as goes Texas so goes our nation, in terms of both the challenges and potential associated with economic, demographic, and natural resource changes that are common to our state and country. […]Read More

Finding Free Money

THE BASICS OF WATER EFFICIENCY By Rives Taylor Clean water has been relatively inexpensive in the U.S., and for that reason water usage has not been as closely scrutinized by corporate America. Many companies might not even know the true cost of water – they pay for the water they consume in their facilities and […]Read More