Running On Empty: KNX Time Machine
- Areas That Conserved Most, Least During California Drought - California's drought-stricken cities posted record water savings in May, ahead of mandatory conservation targets that took effect in June.
- California Cities Cut Water Use 29 Percent, Biggest Savings Yet In Drought - California cities hit record conservation during the drought after cutting water use 29 percent in May, according to data released by a state agency Wednesday.
- In The Garden With Nick Federoff: How To Avoid Over-Watering Your Plants - Gardening guru Nick Federoff appeared on KCAL9 News Saturday morning to demonstrate how to avoid over-watering your lawn and plants during California's historic drought. For more information, visit ThingsGreen.com.
- California Bill Would Ban Fines For Dry Lawns - The California Legislature has sent the governor a bill to protect residents who let their lawns go brown during the drought.
- DWP To Unveil Plan To Capture Storm Runoff In Drought-Fighting Effort - The Department of Water and Power plans to capture storm water runoff and use it to refill underground supplies rather than allow it to drain into the ocean via storm channels.
(KNX 1070) — Some climate experts think California may be in for years of dry weather. With that in mind, and after consulting with a major climatologist, we put together a year-by-year look into the future what California might be like should our epic drought go on.
So, climb aboard the “KNX Time Machine”!