Where The Water Goes is an inspiring novel about the great Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. Drawing on conclusions from drought conditions in the area while also providing breathtaking mental images of the changing climate is breath taking for many. Explaining the evaporation and water uses as well as the dangers of sucking up every last resource in the area this novel takes us on an epic journey of what may come from the abuse of the environment over time.
- The book addresses the current issue of water availability and water scarcity on earth.
- A wonderfully written book, it highlights real issues without ignoring the hard truths of the challenges our planet faces.
- Not pretending to fix the problem, the book explores the threat in an honest and inquisitive manner.
“In Where the Water Goes, David Owen notes “the lake today contains only about thirty-eight percent as much water as it did in 1998,” and it will only get worse: Contrary to American ecological inertia, water’s a finite resource.”