Commentary: Water Partnerships between Cities and Farms Would Help Prepare for a Changing Climate Alvar Escriva-Bou January 20 2021 San Joaquin Valley farms and Southern California cities face different but equally daunting water challenges. Both regions’ water futures could be more secure if they jointly developed and managed some water supplies.
Turning the Page on a Disruptive Year in the Water World Ellen Hanak January 11 2021 Ellen Hanak, director of the PPIC Water Policy Center, describes some of 2020’s more pressing water-world challenges, and the center’s response to them.
Droughts Aren’t Just About Water Anymore Lori Pottinger December 15 2020 An increasingly “thirsty atmosphere” in California and the West is influencing drought. We talked to climate scientist Mike Dettinger about this phenomenon.
Video: Building a Water-Resilient California Lori Pottinger November 23 2020 What are key California water priorities for the coming year, in light of ongoing disruptions from the pandemic, the recession, lingering drought, and a record-breaking fire season? Panels of experts discussed three top priorities.
Improving Water Resilience for Cities and Farms with Water Partnerships Alvar Escriva-Bou November 2 2020 The San Joaquin Valley and urban Southern California are worlds apart, yet each face growing water challenges. Water partnerships that take advantage of shared water infrastructure can help both regions have a more secure water future.