California Report Warns Worsening Economic Impacts Drought

National Geographic: A new scientific and economic report commissioned by California's state government warns that the ongoing drought crisis will cost billions in lost farm revenue and thousands of jobs, although wider impacts on the national food system are unlikely. The report also outlines ways officials could act now to avoid the worst effects of the drought. California's drought is now in its third year and is expected to worsen, thanks to record high temperatures and a low snowpack in the state's mountains.......

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