California State Climatologist: Do Not Count on El Niño to End Drought. August 13, 2015 - State Climatologist Michael Anderson said today that California cannot
Californiadrought.org is a project of the Pacific Institute in Oakland, California, one of the world’s leading independent nonprofits researching and finding
The true severity of the drought in the west is not accurately reflected in the “drought monitor” map above. The actual conditions on the ground are much
Drought Impacts California's Energy; Governor Brown's Response Plan (Executive Order B-29-15)
California's Drought Could Be the Worst in 500 Years And why it's too late for the rain. Feb. 10, 2014 7:00 AM
California Department of Water Resources. The terrible severity of California's drought is strikingly obvious these side-by-side images of Folsom Lake, a
February 21, 2017. California is experiencing record wet conditions following five consecutive years of drought. In 2015, we had record low statewide mountain
California drought news and El Niño articles from the Los Angeles Times
With California rivers low, professional and hobbyist miners uncover more metals through panning, sniping, and prospecting.
Bottled Water Comes From the Most Drought-Ridden Places in the Country Popular brands like Aquafina and Dasani source from catastrophically dry parts of the West.
California’s relationship to water is unique in the and further solidified the state’s role in leading U.S. water policy. Fast forward to 2014 when the drought’s effects were in full force and increasingly visible to all residents.
California's rainfall is certainly a reason to celebrate, but as Brown warned, it isn't evidence disproving the existence of climate change (as the new EPA director believes). Ahead, see a series of images comparing the drought from 2014 and 2017
From June 2015 to February 2016, Californians reduced water use by 24 percent compared to the same months in 2013 – more than double the savings achieved under a voluntary program in 2014 urban drought preparation and response in California.
After a nearly decade-long drought Tim Donnelly is a former California State Assemblyman and author who is doing a book tour for his new book: Patriot Not Politician: Win or Go Homeless. He ran for governor in 2014.
Following one of the rainiest seasons ever recorded in California, Brown on April 7 issued an executive order rescinding his 2014 drought declaration for the vast majority of the state - everywhere but Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Tuolumne counties in
More than five years ago we had seen drought in California with areas hit the hardest being Central Valley, Sierra Nevada Mountains and large areas of central southern costs. In the spring of 2014, lead had managed to get into the water of Flint Michigan.
While the California drought is now over,  it’s still going on during Hazel McCallion: this hurricane isn’t about to slow down. Toronto Star. October 13, 2014.
San Francisco (CNN)Thanks to the powerful storms that have drenched forcing layoffs of thousands of farm workers because of reduced water allocations. In 2014, California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a drought emergency and warned that the state was
Jerry Brown made official Friday: The long California with succulents and drought-tolerant native plants. Even more profound was the state’s willingness to finally join the rest of the West in regulating groundwater use. A 2014 law requires regional
Despite rains in the northern and southern portions of California over the last couple days, experts say the state's severe drought is on track to cause an economic loss there of roughly $3 billion in 2015—up from roughly $2.2 billion last year.