There are so many ways to have an impact…it’s literally infinite. We could write a hundred new posts a day for the rest of our lives and still not make a dent in offering up all the potential ways to give back and help out. That is because making an impact is really subjective and based on your perception, and your point of focus. Simply answering your telephone when a family member calls or holding the door open for a stranger can make the biggest difference in the life of someone else, even beyond a large initiative you might take on. Though we think individual acts of kindness and gratitude are immensely impactful in the world, we do want to share a macro topic in todays post that affects us all, water conservation.
Water conservation is a growing interest for countries, local legislatures, and even small businesses. Local water prices are way undervalued according to one Arizona pool builder we’ve been following, and he has been extremely outspoken about it, mainly because he thinks it’s leading to massive waste. The pool contractor has taken to the internet and been very vocal about his concerns on his website, www.poolremodelphoenix.org. Essentially saying that local and federal governments are dramatically downplaying the severity of our shrinking water tables, and the catastrophic implications that will eventually result because of it. Read More