Opportunities for business to support urban climate resilience.
This report explores stormwater capture in California.
Report provides first comprehensive analysis of alternative water supply and efficiency options in California.
Report documents practical solutions for California’s urban water challenges put forth by a diverse group of stakeholders.
New report highlights responses to Australia’s decade long Millennium Drought that could help guide California as it enters its fifth year of severe drought.
Interactive tools show how residential and system-wide water uses vary across the state.
New report reveals California could be saving up to 14 million acre-feet of untapped water with an aggressive statewide effort to use water-saving practices, reuse water, and capture lost storm water.
Report reveals California’s expensive and climate-changing shift from hydro-power to natural gas.
During four-year drought, electricity cost 2 billion more and 10 percent more carbon dioxide was released.
Comprehensive study reveals CA agriculture economy and jobs peak levels during severe drought partly due to massive groundwater pumping.
Latest news and updates on the California drought.
New brief provides essential background information on the water the state uses for agriculture.
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