University of Florida

Water Conservation: half-empty or half-full?

Regional Webinar Series

Household Behavior and Homeowner Education Strategies

This webinar focused on the use of three specific tools — community-based social marketing, water rates, and self-audits — to encourage water conservation.

Note: The webinar was recorded on March 22, 2011.

Presentations and Webinar Materials:

Recording:

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(If you prefer to listen to audio only using Windows Media Player, the recording is available here.)
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The webinar was recorded using Elluminate Live! on-line collaborative environment. Once Elluminate is launched (see the link below), you can use the sliding bar at the very bottom of your screen to scroll to the specific program:

  • Conservation Water Rates – the fifth mark on the sliding bar (time indicator at the bottom right corner will report "In session for 1 hours and 35 minutes")
  • Review of Social Marketing as Applied to Water Conservation Behaviors – scroll to the point where the time indicator in the lower right corner states "In session for 1 hours and 47 minutes"
  • An Interactive Online Education Tool: The 40 Gallon Challenge! – scroll to the point where the time indicator in the lower right corner states "In session for 2 hours and 22 minutes"

Additional Resources:

Lake Alice, University of Florida; http://photos.urel.ufl.edu/netpub/server.np?quickfind

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