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water

  • Philanthropist, water research advocate Henry (Sam) Wheeler, Jr., was key supporter of Bren School's Urban Water Environment project.

  • Rear Admiral Len Hering

    The 5th Annual Central Coast Sustainability Summit at UCSB addresses renewable energy and sustainable water management

  • Matt O'Carroll and Jewel Snavely

    Recycled-water irrigation, new lab technology and outreach efforts will help UCSB achieve major water savings by March 2016

  • researchers in the data component

    Researchers receive funding to deploy a new way to measure groundwater use and to help deal with the state’s water crisis

  • Robert Wilkinson lecture

    Sustainability practitioners from across the region convened at UCSB for 4th annual summit

  • “Water (we going to do?)” is a lecture series aimed at the UCSB and local communities

  • A longstanding commitment to water conservation positions the campus remarkably well to ride out the drought

  • Rising temperatures and protracted drought portend trouble for ecosystems, industries, people

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