New report says climate change likely to make water more scarce

Pasadena Star-News: Gov. Jerry Brown declared the state's drought over, but in the long term the availability of water locally is still going to pose a problem, according to a new government report. A report released last week by the Interior Department said annual flows in three river basins - the Colorado, Rio Grande and San Joaquin - could decline by as much 8 percent to 14 percent over the next four decades. The Colorado and San Joaquin rivers supply water to Southern California. "The study basically verifies......

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