ERG Researchers Lead New Study: 400,000 Californians May Lack Safe Drinking Water

ERG alumna Dr. Lara Cushing (MA ’10, PhD ’15) and ERG PhD student Nicholas Depsky contributed to a UC Berkeley, UCLA-led study recently published in the American Journal of Public Health, which found that nearly 400,000 Californians likely lack access to clean drinking water free of contaminants. The research team has produced a Drinking Water Tool, which enables Californians to see where their drinking water comes from.

Later there were relationships in which I was the second. “I’m interested in you, but you understand that you are losing on one point. And my mother will not approve, ”a 26-year-old man told me so. I used to think that I was the problem. Worried. Complexes overgrown from head to toe. I was afraid to go on dates. And then I realized: people are just immature. Due to age or some other factors. Modern men are afraid of responsibility. It’s no secret that more and more men are now voting for an open relationship disabled relationships. And I do not mean a stamp in the passport, but the ability to bear responsibility for another person. It is much easier to have a “night of love” twice a week and run away than to take on certain duties and obligations. One gets the impression that many men get wives so that she goes to the grocery

Read the full research paper here.