Expert Says “We May Have to Migrate People out of California”

May 15, 2015 by  
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Fire , earthquakes and one of the worst droughts in recent history – these days California is not looking like the best place to settle down. In fact, things have gotten so bad that the state could run out of water in just two years . If things continue down this road, some experts think that the only solution will be to abandon the place. Read the rest of Expert Says “We May Have to Migrate People out of California” Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: california drought , California drought solutions , California groundwater , California migration , California surface water , california water , drought costs , drought solutions , exceptional drought , extreme drought , US Drought , western US drought , western water issues

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The California Drought is Costing the State Over $2 Billion and 17,000 Jobs

July 16, 2014 by  
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It’s no secret that California is in the midst of a devastating drought, but a new report is putting actual numbers on the problem, and the results are not good. This year alone, California stands to lose over 17,000 jobs and $2.2 billion dollars in revenue because of the water shortage. And while mother nature is partially responsible, the report reveals that local governments and farmers carry more than just a little of the blame. Read the rest of The California Drought is Costing the State Over $2 Billion and 17,000 Jobs Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: california drought , California farmer drought , California farmers , California ground water , california water , California water preservation , California water problems , California water tables , cost of drought , drought Hoover Dam , drought San Joaquin , farmers drought , jobs lost in drought

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Nine Acre L.A. Parking Lot Transformed into a Pollution-Reducing Wetland

February 23, 2012 by  
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In the industrial neighborhood of South Los Angeles , a 9-acre cement covered lot, which was once an MTA bus depot, has been transformed into vital storm water cleaning wetlands. The South Los Angeles Wetland Park recently opened at the completion of a 3-year, $26 million project to reclaim the land as an artificial eco-system that not only naturally cleans polluted storm water before it runs into the Los Angeles River, but that also provides calming green space for local residents. Read the rest of Nine Acre L.A. Parking Lot Transformed into a Pollution-Reducing Wetland Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bus depot , california water , california wetlands , los angeles envrionment , los angeles river , proposition 0 , south los angeles , south los angeles wetland park , stormwater runoff , urban water federal partnership pilot , wetlands restoration

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