United States: Climate change threatens state’s water supplies, report says

Ventura County Star: More than three-quarters of the counties in California face the possibility of water shortages by the middle of the century as a result of global warming, a new study suggests. The study, commissioned by the Natural Resources Defense Council, concluded that 48 of the state's 58 counties are at risk of water shortages by 2050, putting some $22 billion worth of crops in jeopardy and raising the possibility of long-term rationing and other restrictions. "Even without climate ......

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