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Environmentally conscious inventor introduces device to save water amid California drought

By Heyes: (NaturalNews) If every person currently living in California took a five-minute shower as opposed to the average 11-minute shower, the drought-stricken Golden State would save over 200 billion gallons of water annually. And a new device by inventor Ken Wright known as iMShowerSmart makes it easier than ever for people to conserve water, reduce energy costs and ultimately help protect this much-needed resource from running completely dry.

Same government that demands citizens conserve water is wasting it to heat its buildings

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Leading by example is something governments fail to do on a regular basis. Government bureaucracies might try to legislate morality, but they are ultimately the ones who engage in immoral conduct. Take the example of the DEA. The Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General recently released a report revealing that DEA agents had sex parties with prostitutes paid for by Colombian drug cartels.

California government elites use 500% more water than citizens

By Lilley:(NaturalNews) At at time when water conservation should be a high priority in drought-plagued California, it would appear that something else has been deemed a high priority: an elitist mind set whereby people self-appoint themselves as an exception to the rule.

In the drying up state, this disturbing way of thinking is taking place at the Los Angeles mayoral mansion, Getty House, where it's been reported that approximately 2,100 gallons of water are used per day.

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