California’s Latest Water-Savings Report Card: 13.5 Percent Cut in April

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Water shortages are more common in the drought. (lindsey Hoshaw/KQED Science)

California's emergency drought conservation rules took effect Monday — and statistics released by state water managers on Tuesday show the state has a long way to go to achieve the statewide 25 percent mandate set by Gov. Jerry Brown.

Statistics presented to the State Water Resources Control Board(and embedded below) show more

Source:: Newsfix – Science