Major U.S. Cities Are at Risk for Climate-Related Water Shortage: Report

Bloomberg: Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles, and San Diego are among the cities most likely to face water scarcity as climate change increases drought potential, a study released May 15 found. Along with the potentially 40 million Americans affected in these cities, several “breadbasket region” states such as Nebraska, Illinois, and Minnesota also made the list of vulnerable areas. The report, America's Water Risk: Water Stress and Climate Variability, examined how climate could affect “vulnerability......

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