U.S. Water Agencies Eye Water Alternatives Across Mexico Border

Yale Environment 360: Four water districts in the western U.S. are working with Mexican officials to develop two huge desalination plants in Playas de Rosarito, a coastal city located in the Mexican state of Baja California, as communities on both sides of the border look to wean themselves from the drought-prone Colorado River. One group -- including the water agencies that provide water to much of Southern California, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Tijuana -- is now studying the costs of a plant that would provide about 50......

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