Heat and drought are both straining the state’s water supply, and Governor Gavin Newsom is asking residents to voluntarily reduce water consumption. People across California, Nevada, Arizona, and Mexico all rely on Lake Mead for their water supply. But the lake is only 35% full now, which is a level not seen since the 1930s.
Nation’s largest reservoir hits record low. What does that mean for West Coast residents?
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Lake Mead supplies water for residents of 3 states plus Mexico. Now it’s sinking to record lows
The combination of heat and drought is putting a huge strain on the state’s water supply, and Governor Gavin Newsom is asking residents to voluntarily cut back on water...
A billion sea animals died during recent West Coast heat waves, including mussels, starfish, crabs
An estimated 1 billion sea creatures died in the heat waves that swept the Western U.S. and Canada over the last few weeks. They couldn’t survive triple-digit temperatures...
Trump sues Facebook, Twitter, and Google, claiming they violated his First Amendment rights
While speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas on Sunday, former President Donald Trump mentioned taking legal action against Facebook,...
To reduce burnout and boost productivity, could the US move to a 4-day work week?
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