H2NO: San Diego Going Dry
Climate Change, Drought and Endangered Fish Create "Perfect Storm"
Mandatory water restrictions could be the beginning of a new way of life in California. As we start a week-long examination of our water supply, KPBS Environment Reporter Ed Joyce tells us how we got here, and what the future may bring as we begin our series "H2NO: San Diego Going Dry."
The below-normal snowpack in the Sierra could mean more water restrictions next summer ... and lost jobs. KPBS Environment Reporter Ed Joyce explains.
Californians should take shorter showers, wash only full loads of laundry and use a broom instead of a hose to clean their driveways.
The latest measurement of the Sierra snowpack shows California is still lacking what's needed to replenish half-full reservoirs. San Diego water officials say continued dry weather makes mandatory rationing more likely. KPBS Environment Reporter Ed Joyce has the story.