California is four years into a massive drought and their Almond Board wants almond shaming to stop.
The Los Angeles area municipality was just named by California officials as being one of only four cities in the state not adequately ensuring that its residents conserve water during the ongoing statewide drought.
Two thirds of Oregon is in a state of drought-stricken emergency. Still, Portland's iconic "Benson Bubblers" waste 40 about swimming pools worth of water a year.
A water shortage has some social media users grumbling about the green lawns of the city's 1 percenters.
Amid record-breaking dry spells and conservation edicts in BC and California, a new debate has emerged over the value of water.