Throughout Southern California, there are plenty of dry, brown lawns adorned with signs reading "doing our part to save water."
In the midst of a long drought, many Angelenos are trying to do their part on the conservation front by replacing their parched lawns with water saving plants.
Now a study from the University of California suggests drought tolerant plants might actually be raising temperatures.
George Ban-Weiss is one of the researchers behind the study. He joined Take Two with more.
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