Apparently talk about tearing out lawns and replanting native flora is just one solution. Artificial Grass May Save Water, But Does It Endanger People? This is really the ultimate in civilized logic, when the water comes short, let's just fill it in with plastic and chemicals and call it good. The wording in that article is really, really disgusting in seeing plastic lawns as a viable "drought-resistant" alternative.
"There is no light at the end of the Carpal Tunnel." - Bob Black
Thinking about this with John Zerzan’s “Faster” in mind…
The acceleration of the feedback loop of green tech/non-solutions as things get worse is scary as hell. I wonder about the consequences of these things becoming directly visible to those who implement them and the reactions this will create, if it will create any reaction at all before the next non-solution comes out.