Climate Change

California is Drying Up, But the Lawns Are Green

Where’s the municipal rationing?

Dry Riverbed in California

The last time we had municipal water rationing in California, it was implemented by Governor Jerry Brown’s executive order in 2015. California was in the fourth year of drought, accompanied by record-low snowfalls.

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