What can Australia teach California about drought?
from Smithsonian Magazine
As California enters its fifth year of drought, finding fresh water and more efficient ways to use it has become more important than ever. Even if El Niño brings some relief to southern California this winter, as is currently expected, people in the state have realized that they need to prepare for a drier future. Much of California relies on Rocky Mountain snowmelt for water — and scientists have predicted that source will dwindle over the coming decades.
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