Water use solutions require consumer input

Water use solutions require consumer input: David Feldman's studies show public involved in floating ideas for conservation

Feldman, chair of planning, policy & design, studies how communities and jurisdictions deal with conflicts over water. He says problems are only solvable by enlisting American consumers who use an average of 100 to 176 gallons of water at home each day – at least 95 gallons more than the average African family.

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