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Valley Water Summit

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A presentation delivered at the first annual Valley Water Expo in Encino, CA on Earth Day 2010.

A presentation delivered at the first annual Valley Water Expo in Encino, CA on Earth Day 2010.

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  • 1. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Water Wars source: Omer Koren via Wikimedia Commons
  • 2. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Water Wars source: Ferdinand Reus via Wikimedia Commons
  • 3. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Water Wars source: Duncan Green, Head of Research for Oxfam GB
  • 4. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative
  • 5. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative
  • 6. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative World Water source: U.S. Geological Survey 326,000,000,000,000,000,000 75% 75%
  • 7. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative World Water source: United States Geological Survey 3% 97%
  • 8. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Distribution of Water Earth source: United States Geological Survey fresh water - 3% ocean - 97%
  • 9. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Distribution of Water Fresh source: United States Geological Survey surface - .3% other - .9% ground - 30.1% glaciers - 68.7%
  • 10. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Distribution of Water Glaciers & Ice Pack Greenland Antarctica
  • 11. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Distribution of Water Ground Water Aquifers source: United States Geological Survey
  • 12. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Distribution of Water Surface source: United States Geological Survey rivers - 2% swamps - 11% lakes - 87%
  • 13. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Distribution of Water source: United States Geological Survey Earth Fresh Surface Less than 1% of all water is potable.
  • 14. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Renewable Water Resources source: The World’s Water by Peter H. Gleik 3,300 km3/yr 4,498 km3/yr 3,069 km3/yr 2,838 km3/yr 8,233 km3/yr
  • 15. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Renewable Water Resources source: The World’s Water by Peter H. Gleik 3,300 km3/yr 4,498 km3/yr .9 km3/yr .1 km3/yr 3,069 km3/yr .6 km3/yr .2 km3/yr .02 km3/yr 2,838 km3/yr 8,233 km3/yr
  • 16. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Mount Kilimanjaro Africa 1993 source: NASA Earth Observatory Snow and Ice on Kilimanjaro via Wikimedia Commons
  • 17. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Mount Kilimanjaro Africa 2000 source: NASA Earth Observatory Snow and Ice on Kilimanjaro via Wikimedia Commons
  • 18. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Himalayan Glaciers source: NASA 40% of the world’s population depends on the Himalayan watershed for water Yellow River Indus River Yangtze River Salween River Mekong River Brahmaputra River Ganges River
  • 19. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Three Gorges Dam source: NASA
  • 20. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Pollution Contaminated Rivers source: Tejiendo el mundo
  • 21. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Pollution Contaminated Rivers source: unknown
  • 22. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Aral Sea 2000 - 2009 source: photos by Bresson Thomas
  • 23. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Aral Sea
  • 24. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Water Privatization
  • 25. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative
  • 26. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Water in the Sierras Snow Levels: January 2009 source: California Department of Water Resources 49% 63% 68%
  • 27. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative CA Reservoirs Current Conditions: February 25, 2010 source: California Department of Water Resources Shasta Reservoir 55% | 72% Lake Oroville 48% | 62% Folsom Lake 71% | 91% Trinity Lake 49% | 58% Don Pedro Reservoir 83% | 107% New Melones Exchequer Reservoir 52% | 85% 60% | 86% Millerton Lake 93% | 132% San Luis Reservoir Pine Flat Reservoir 19% | 33% 44% | 75% Pyramid Lake Castaic Lake 97% | 103% 74% | 86%
  • 28. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Lake Oroville, CA February 2008 source: California Department of Water Resources
  • 29. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Lake Oroville, CA February 2009 source: California Department of Water Resources
  • 30. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Folsom Lake, CA November 2008 source: California Department of Water Resources
  • 31. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Santa Barbara, CA May 2009 source: AP Photo/Keith D. Cullom
  • 32. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report US: 151 gallons
  • 33. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report Australia: 130 gallons
  • 34. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report Japan: 99 gallons
  • 35. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report Mexico: 96 gallons
  • 36. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report European Union: 69 gallons
  • 37. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report Brazil: 49 gallons
  • 38. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report United Kingdom: 39 gallons
  • 39. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report India: 36 gallons
  • 40. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report China: 22 gallons
  • 41. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report UN Water Poverty Threshold: 14 gallons
  • 42. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: United Nations - 2006 Human Development Report Africa: 5 gallons
  • 43. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative U.S. Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: 2000 USGS Water Use Report State Use (gallons/day) Per Capita California 51,200,000,000 139 gal./day Texas 29,600,000,000 121 gal./day Florida 20,100,000,000 109 gal./day Idaho 19,500,000,000 1,272 gal./day Illinois 13,700,000,000 106 gal./day Colorado 12,600,000,000 255 gal./day Nebraska 12,300,000,000 689 gal./day New York 12,100,000,000 62 gal./day North Carolina 11,400,000,000 123 gal./day Ohio 11,100,000,000 96 gal./day
  • 44. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative U.S. Per Capita Water Use Per Day source: 2000 USGS Water Use Report State Use (gallons/day) Per Capita California 51,200,000,000 139 gal./day Texas 29,600,000,000 121 gal./day Florida 20,100,000,000 109 gal./day Idaho Los Angeles County Las Vegas Phoenix 19,500,000,000 1,272 gal./day Illinois 255 200 168 gal./day 13,700,000,000 106 gal./day Colorado 12,600,000,000 255 gal./day Nebraska 12,300,000,000 689 gal./day New York 12,100,000,000 62 gal./day North Carolina 11,400,000,000 123 gal./day Ohio 11,100,000,000 96 gal./day
  • 45. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Water Use By Sector source: The World’s Water by Peter H. Gleik North & Central America South America Europe Africa Asia Oceania
  • 46. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative
  • 47. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Los Angeles Water Use by Sector source: FY 2006-2007 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power commercial - 17% residential - 68% government - 7% non-revenue - 4% industrial - 4%
  • 48. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Los Angeles Water Supply Sources source: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Mono Lake LA aqueduct Owens Lake Colorado River Aqueduct California Aqueduct Colorado River LA metro area
  • 49. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Los Angeles Water Supply Sources source: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power municipal water municipal water district - 69% ground - 14% district - 38% recycled - 1% LA aqueducts - 48% LA aqueducts - 18% ground - 12% 1997-2007 2007-2008
  • 50. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Los Angeles Water Residential Use source: American Water Works Association Research Foundation misc. outdoor - 10% toilet - 11% leaks - 6% washer - 8% shower - 7% faucet - 6% dishwasher - 1% other - 2% landscaping - 49%
  • 51. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Agricultural Water source: gangulybiswarup via Wikimedia Commons
  • 52. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Embodied Water source: Professor Arjen Y. Hoekstra, Twente Water Centre, University of Twente, the Netherlands Food Unit Liters Food Unit Liters Apple or Pear 1 kg 700 Maize 1 kg 900 Banana 1 kg 800 Mango 1 kg 1,600 Beef 1 kg 15,500 Milk 250 ml cup 250 Beer (from barley) 250 ml glass 75 Olives 1 kg 4,400 Bread 1 kg 1,300 Orange 1 kg 460 Cabbage 1 kg 200 Peach 1 kg 1,200 Cheese 1 kg 5,000 Pork 1 kg 4,800 Chicken 1 kg 3,900 Potato 1 kg 250 Chocolate 1 kg 24,000 Rice 1 kg 3,400 Coffee 125 ml cup 140 Sugar (from sugar cane) 1 kg 1,500 Cucumber or Pumpkin 1 kg 240 Tea 250 ml cup 30 Groundnuts (in shell) 1 kg 3,100 Tomato 1 kg 180 Lettuce 1 kg 130 Wine 125 ml glass 120
  • 53. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Embodied Water source: Professor Arjen Y. Hoekstra, Twente Water Centre, University of Twente, the Netherlands Food Unit Liters Food Unit Liters Apple or Pear 1 kg 700 Maize 1 kg 900 Banana 1 kg 800 Mango 1 kg 1,600 Beef 1 kg 15,500 Milk 250 ml cup 250 Beer (from barley) 250 ml glass 75 Olives 1 kg 4,400 Bread 1 kg 4,000 gallons for 1,300 Orange 1 kg 460 Cabbage 1 kg 200 Peach 1 kg 1,200 Cheese 1 kg 2 pounds of beef 5,000 Pork 1 kg 4,800 Chicken 1 kg 3,900 Potato 1 kg 250 Chocolate 1 kg 24,000 Rice 1 kg 3,400 Coffee 125 ml cup 140 Sugar (from sugar cane) 1 kg 1,500 Cucumber or Pumpkin 1 kg 240 Tea 250 ml cup 30 Groundnuts (in shell) 1 kg 3,100 Tomato 1 kg 180 Lettuce 1 kg 130 Wine 125 ml glass 120
  • 54. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative California Agriculture source: 2008-2009 California Agricultural Resource Directory livestock & poultry - 29%
  • 55. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative California Agriculture source: 2008-2009 California Agricultural Resource Directory livestock & poultry - 29% fruits & nuts - 29%
  • 56. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative California Agriculture source: 2008-2009 California Agricultural Resource Directory livestock & poultry - 29% fruits & nuts - 29% vegetables & melons - 22%
  • 57. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative California Agriculture source: 2008-2009 California Agricultural Resource Directory livestock & poultry - 29% fruits & nuts - 29% vegetables & melons - 22% floriculture - 11%
  • 58. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative California Agriculture source: 2008-2009 California Agricultural Resource Directory livestock & poultry - 29% fruits & nuts - 29% vegetables & melons - 22% floriculture - 11% field crops - 9%
  • 59. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative California Agriculture source: 2008-2009 California Agricultural Resource Directory livestock & poultry - 29% fruits & nuts - 29% vegetables & melons - 22% floriculture - 11% field crops - 9%
  • 60. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative CA Central Valley Water Supply Sources source: California Department of Water Resources Sacramento River San Joaquin River SF metro area Tulare Lake LA metro area SD metro area
  • 61. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Urban vs. Rural source: Highway Hogs
  • 62. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Urban vs. Rural source: NOAA George E. Marsh Album
  • 63. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Urban vs. Rural source: United States Department of Agriculture; Image Number: 00di0971
  • 64. Water Wars 2010 Valley Water Summit threadcollaborative Whiskey is for drinking; water is for fighting over. Mark Twain
  • 65. ➜ ➜ kevin@threadcollaborative.com questions? thank you