Water Shortages: Learning from 1977


From www.environmentalleader.com |Published July 31, 2014

by Klaus Reichardt

What is interesting about the California drought currently impacting the area is not necessarily the severity of it. Instead, it is how the state seems to be handling it in stride, with relatively minor impact on communities. While some industry sectors are definitely being impacted—and we may not have seen the worst—compared to the last “major” drought in California (1976-1977), there have been considerable changes… read more>


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