When it comes to the sustainable management of the world’s golf courses, irrigation has always been a hot-potato issue. To help clarify the issues surrounding this controversy, researchers from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands recently published the results of a 25-year study that analyzed the way one of Spain’s oldest golf courses uses reclaimed water for irrigation. The researchers concluded that the course’s plants are overwatered by an astonishing 83 percent. Continue reading Using Reclaimed Water On Golf Courses Not Enough, Study Shows
Hybrid technology has played a large role in decreasing the cost of public transportation and reduces costs of running personal vehicles. Cities all across the nation are honing in on the benefits these cars offer.
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Decades ago, people turned on their taps without worrying about what pollutants or organisms could be in their water supply. But even though the United States has some of the safest drinking water in the world, we now know that tap water can pose health risks, especially in homes that rely on well water. Continue reading Drinking Water 101: Exploring Healthy Options