Californian Towns Sink After Years of Drought

Californian Towns Sink After Years of Drought

The effects of the climate crisis are tangible: raging wildfires, melting glaciers, rising seawater, and rain and snowfall deficits. For example, Californian towns started to sink because the state’s severe drought depleted the rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and aquifers. Some places in Corcoran, California, have sunk as much as 11.5 feet in the past 14 years. […]

El Nino Brings the Anticipation of Solace

El Nino Brings the Anticipation of Solace

Drought disrupts lives by reducing the water levels that humans and animals depend on for survival. Reports indicate the El Nino is potentially the strongest in 50 years. For many Americans, the El Nino brings the anticipation of solace. Perhaps, there will be enough rain. The western third of the U.S. is experiencing some level […]

California Wars for Water in the Delta

California Wars for Water in the Delta

California is in danger of depleting one of the most precious commodities known to man, water. With droughts occurring more often throughout the southern part of the state, the northern half dukes it out over a body of water that, if incorrectly rationed, could either kill endangered fish or cause farmers major distress. Both scenarios […]

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