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 ...read more

Source:: Newsfix – Science

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