Water Wars: The Future of Southern California's Water

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State and federal officials are under pressure to declare a drought in this third dry year in a row. Governor Brown has produced a $25 billion plan to keep water flowing from Northern California. Meantime, a court case could lead to increased water rates in greater Los Angeles. The bottom line: there's not enough water now, and there won't be in years to come. We hear about potential solutions. Also, gentrification continues in downtown LA.

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Banner image: Los Angeles Metropolitan Water District Aqueduct on Havasu Lake. Photo: Charles O'Rear/National Archives and Records Administration

 

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Benjamin Gottlieb, Sonya Geis