It’s likely that a substantial proportion of those who read/love/loathe this blog live in or near Utah, where we’re enduring a drought — and perhaps a long-term one. Or, even more frightening, perhaps we’re going back to our normal dryness after an anomalous century or so of unusually high moisture.
I want Sic et Non to be practically useful, at least occasionally. So I hope that you’ll take some time to read through these one hundred suggestions for reducing your water consumption:
Even slight efforts at conservation, if made consistently and by enough people, could have a significant impact on our reservoirs.
Shorten your showers. Turn the water off while you’re putting the toothpaste on your toothbrush. Stop over-watering your lawn.
Or, alternatively, move to Berlin, where they’re suffering from floods.