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Hallandale/Hollywood

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Transcript of Hallandale/Hollywood

Schools
Workshops
Online Community
Part 1 - Introduction
Part 2 - Water/Energy Nexus
Part 4 – Water/Energy Use Impacts on Environment
Energy
Part 6 - Closing/Ask
Part 5 - Tools and Resources
Recycling

What are you doing?

Residential
Energy Use:
Recycling
Your Next Steps
1. Think about how you can live differently.

2. Change your behaviors.

3. Track your energy and water consumption.

4. Become engaged - participate in community events.

5. Begin your energy and water saving journey today!
- Florida:
- Coastal
- Many low-lying areas
- Highly populated
- Economic drivers are weather dependent

Concerns with Climate Change?

Welcome
60 Schools
63 workshops
1,950 households

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Sea Level Rise & Saltwater Intrusion
Rise 2 ft by 2060
23.3 billion in property losses in 2050
Problems and Ways to Help
Greenhouse Gases -> The Greenhouse Effect -> Global Warming
we-lab.net
Goals Today

1. Water/Energy Nexus

2. Impacts on environment

3. Community benefits of water and energy reduction

4. Personal benefits of conservation

5. Waste reduction & recycling

6. Implement & track conservation



Agenda
we-lab.net
Water
Residential Water Use
Indoor Water
Conservation Incentives
Outdoor Water Use
Broward County
Part 3 – Water/Energy Use
Impacts on Water Supplies
70%
2.5%
< 1%
We cannot create water, all the water that has ever been on Earth has been here since the beginning.

We are using it up faster than it can naturally be replenished.
• Toilet flushing is the largest indoor use of water in single-family homes, followed by faucets, showers, clothes washers, leaks, bathtubs, other indoor uses, and dishwashers.
-460 gallons of water to produce 1/4 lb of beef
Protecting our Watershed
Clogged Sewer
Flushable or not?
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