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Energy drought calls for new conservation measures

Bob Dunn photoMost of us are familiar with conserving water. But there's a new kind of drought in California, calling for a new method of conservation. A drought of electricity has hit the western states, and it's expected to last through 2001, said Bob Dunn, campus energy manager at Physical Plant (more).

CURRENTS ONLINE is produced every two weeks during the summer. The next issue will be posted on Monday, September 11.

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August 28-Sept. 10, 2000
Vol. 5, No. 5

Campus receives $24 million in private gifts and grants

Letter details proposed 2000-01 salary plan for UCSC staff

Student wins $40,000 in national film competition

UCSC establishes Department of Environmental Toxicology

New dean named for the Baskin School of Engineering

Regents adopt revised investment guidelines for pension assets

CATS sets limits on e-mail message sizes, server storage

Construction projects continue to have major impacts on campus life

Fire Department reschedules controlled fire at Twin Gates

UC San Diego to host Management and Leadership Conference


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