Report: Colorado River To Drop As Much As 27 Percent

Frontera: Water authorities in the Southwest promise to compensate towns, tribes and other partners for coming up with water saving strategies that will boost the levels of Lakes Powell and Mead. The Colorado River and other Western river levels are expected to drop as much as 27 percent during the 21st century. That’s according to a climate change report released on World Water Day (March 22) by the Interior Department. The reductions in snowpack and runoff could mean a drop in water supply both for......

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