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Here is a short list of the blog posts Pacific Institute staff have authored on a variety of drought issues:

– [12/1] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: From Scientists to Policymakers: Communicating on Climate, Scientific Integrity, and More by Peter Gleick

– [10/16] National Geographic Presents: Water Scarcity by Peter Gleick

– [06/16] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: Diablo Canyon, Climate Change, Drought, and Energy Policy by Peter Gleick

– [04/16] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: Global Droughts: A Bad Year by Peter Gleick

– [02/16] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: Water, Security, and Conflict: Violence over Water in 2015 by Peter Gleick, Heather Cooley

– [02/16] Huffington Post: The Most Important Water Stories of 2015 by Peter Gleick, Brett Walton, and J. Carl Ganter

– [10/15] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: Breaking Water Taboos by Peter Gleick

– [09/15] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: Impacts of the California Drought, Part 2: Net Agricultural Income by Heather Cooley, Kristina Donnelly, and Peter Gleick

– [08/15] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: Impacts of the California Drought: Agriculture by Peter Gleick, Heather Cooley

[08/15] New Data Show California Cities’ Progress towards State-Mandated Conservation Requirements by Kristina Donnnelly

[07/15] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: The California Drought: Almonds and the Bigger Picture by Peter Gleick

– [06/15] National Geographic ScienceBlogs: The Future of Desalination in California is Still in the Future: California, Israel, and Australia by Peter Gleick

– [07/15] Huffington Post: Where Does California’s Agricultural Water Go? by Peter Gleick

– [03/15] New Data Show California Cities’ Response to Drought Is Highly Uneven by Matthew Heberger

– [03/15] The Impacts of California’s Drought on Hydroelectricity Production by Peter Gleick

– [03/15] The State of the California Drought: Still Very Bad  by Peter Gleick

– [12/14] The Growing Influence of Climate Change on the California Drought by Peter Gleick

– [11/14] New Data Show Residential Per Capita Water Use across California by Matthew Heberger

– [11/14] Huffington Post: The California Water Bond is a Beginning, Not an End: Here’s What’s Next by Peter Gleick, Kristina Donnnelly, and Heather Cooley

– [10/14] Huffington Post: What Does Proposition 1 — the 2014 California Water Bond — Really Say?  by Peter Gleick

– [10/14] Huffington Post: When Our Responses to Drought Make Things Worse by Peter Gleick

– [08/14] What about Desalination during the Drought? by Amanda Pebler, Communications Intern

 [07/14] Planning For Rain: Why Storm Water Management Matters during the Drought by Paula Luu

– [07/14] The Multiple Benefits of Water Conservation and Efficiency for California by Heather Cooley

– [07/14] Why Has the Response to the California Drought Been so Weak? by Peter Gleick

– [07/14] Over Twenty-Five Years Later, How Does the Drought in California Compare? by Amanda Pebler, Communications Intern

 [06/14] A Tale of Two Farms: How Water Efficiency Could Help Drought-Proof California Farms by Heather Cooley, Pacific Institute, and Claire O’Connor, NRDC

 [06/14] Urban Water Conservation and Efficiency: Enormous Potential, Close to Home by Matthew Heberger, Pacific Institute, and Ed Osan, NRDC

– [06/14] Solving California’s Water Problems by Peter Gleick

 [03/14] With Water, California’s Bigfoot is Imported by Julian Fulton

– [03/14] Clarifying the Discussion about California Drought and Climate Change by Peter Gleick

– [02/14] Rural Water Systems Struggle in the Good Times and the Bad by Joe Ferrell, Communications Intern

– [02/14] Finding Light (and Water) at the End of the (Drought) Tunnel, on the Farm and for the Future by Anna Bee Szendrenyi

 [02/14] Learning from the Drought: Five Priorities for California by Peter Gleick

– [02/14] The Costs of California’s Bellwether Drought: What Can We Expect? by Peter Gleick

– [02/14] California’s “Bellwether” Drought by Peter Gleick

 [01/14] Infographic: What We Can Expect from the Drought by Paula Luu

 [01/14] What Californians Can Expect from the Drought by Peter Gleick

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Sacramento Bee Op-Eds:

[06/14] California Can Expand Its Water Supply and Reduce Demand
[07/14] Busting Water Conservation Myths

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