Water in All the Wrong Places

The Water Brothers

Described Video:
California is naturally one of the driest places in North America, but how did it become the largest agricultural supplier on the continent? A mindboggling system of dams, reservoirs and diversion schemes moves water around vast distances, even from outside the state. The Water Brothers reveal how climate change, drought, flooding and over-pumped aquifers have combined to put the entire water management system at risk.
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Jul 20, 2021
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