United States: Do-nothing approach to climate change heightens water-shortage risks

Press-Enterprise: Residents in Riverside and San Bernardino counties are at "extremely high risk" of not having enough water to meet demands by mid-century if changes aren't made to combat climate change and curb water use, according to an analysis released Tuesday by an environmental action group. The Natural Resources Defense Council study identified more than 400 U.S. counties in the same situation, which would impact the $100 billion agriculture industry and the ability to generate power, said Dan ......

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