Nearly 1 million acre-feet of compensated water cuts are being discussed.
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YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN Rural California communities bear the brunt of drought. In Mexico, drought forces one city to restrict water use to less than 10 hours a day. Brazil is developing new, drought-resistant strains of wheat amid a global shortage. The U.S. Department of Defense finds high levels of PFAS across a dozen military bases. […]
Agribusiness and its proponents say repairs will benefit disadvantaged towns. Those residents disagree.
A new report found that the average annual temperature in the San Joaquin Valley could increase by four degrees within three decades.
YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN A new study discovers the major driver of crippling drought in Madagascar. Canadian officials urge the federal government to spend more money on water projects in Indigenous communities. While residents in an impoverished village in South Africa go without running water and plumbing, its government built community centers that have gone unused. […]
YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN Urban planning experts in the Indian city of Bengaluru are calling on officials to overhaul the city’s stormwater drainage system. Recent research reveals California’s failure to regulate groundwater contamination from the oil and gas industry. A water bottling plant in West Michigan announces plan to decrease water withdraws. Thailand will push a […]
YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN An effort to save a threatened salmon species in California could also revive a way of life for local Native American tribes. A major hydroelectric dam on the Paraná River is threatening electricity supplies in Brazil and Paraguay. Egypt will fund nearly 20 desalination plants in the next five years as part […]
YOUR GLOBAL RUNDOWN The Michigan city of Benton Harbor declares an emergency after high levels of lead were discovered in the local drinking water system. Climate change is worsening flooding in the city of Venice. Flash floods kill nearly 50 people in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand in India. California Gavin Newsom declares drought a […]
Cyanotoxins in the state’s second-largest freshwater lake soared this month amid a hot, dry summer.
Satellite data is one monitoring tool regulators turn to in this very dry year.
A relentless interval of hot, dry weather, made worse by the buildup of heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere, has turned Glenn County, California, and the surrounding area, into a cauldron of flame, dust, and smoke.