Drought fuels rising tide of Texas water conservation

Climate Central: Texans learned three years ago what exceptional drought possibly aggravated by climate change looks like: 4 million charred acres of land, thousands of burned homes and water supply reservoirs dry or draining fast. As the drought wears on, a culture of water conservation has risen with it, especially in San Antonio and Austin. The drought forced Austin officials to rethink how water is used. In San Antonio, a desire to save water for endangered species had jump-started its conservation movement,......

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