The Pacific Institute and the Natural Resources Defense Council have identified water efficiency improvements in California that could deliver 10.8 to 13.7 million acre-feet of water per year, more than all the cities in the state currently consume. “The good news is that solutions to our water problem exist,” the two non-profits report. “They are being implemented to varying degrees around the state with good results, but a lot more can be done.”
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