#drought

History | LA History

Why Doesn't It Snow in L.A. Anymore?

Snow once fell on the Los Angeles coastal plain roughly once per decade, but the city is now in the middle of a 54-year snow drought.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Drying Up

California and much of the western United States are experiencing the worst drought in recorded history. Follow us as we explore some of the waterways affected.…

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

From Africa to China, How Israel Helps Quench the Developing World's Thirst » Mosaic

The untold story of Israeli hydrodiplomacy, from the 1950s until now. n November 1898, Theodor Herzl arranged a meeting with the German emperor, Wilhelm II, to obtain help in creating a Jewish state in the land of Israel. In their conversation, the Kaiser praised the work of the Zionist pioneers, telling Herzl that, above all else, “water and shade trees” would restore the land to its ancient glory.

History | Culture

Caring For Our World | Jlife

Shemittah, Jubilee and Drought

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Gadget Creates Drinking Water From Thin Air | The Jewish Standard

Unbelievable Israeli invention can create cold drinking water as part of air conditioning system in battlefield or isolated desert situations.

Home Improvement | DIY Advice

This Kit For A DIY Water Filter Cleans Your Water Without Any Chemicals | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

Most water filters rely on chemicals that quickly run out. But the Sustainable Filtration Kit lets anyone make their own carbon filter from free local materials.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel-Texas researchers win top desalination award | The Times of Israel

Winners of USAID Desal Prize will 'pay forward' their $125,000 prize money and expertise to build water plant in Jordan

Politics | Politics

Drought shaming targets wealthy California water wasters who have lush lawns

California is struggling through its fourth year of a devastating drought, but that has not stopped every one from reducing their water consumption.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Israeli Desalination Technology Is Helping Solve California’s Devastating Drought

California will desalinate seawater in a $1 billion project involving Israeli engineers, after Israel established itself as a desalination powerhouse.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

William Shatner: Solve California drought with Seattle pipeline - LA Times

Actor William Shatner is hoping to save California from further drought by proposing an enterprise of his own — importing water from the Seattle area, where rain is plentiful.

Travel | Travel

Small California Ski Resorts Struggle After 4 Years of Droughts – Skift

With California entering its fourth drought year, even some big resorts with millions of dollars in modern snow-making equipment don't have all their lifts

News | In The News

Riverside City Councilmember Uses Enough Water For 8 Houses - Droughtshaming - Curbed LA

Regular people are cutting back on watering their lawns and heeding those adorable water conservation commercials with an anthropomorphic State of California as our epic dry times rage, but...