Mark Gentili

LA Department of Water and Power

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Water conservation supervisor at LA Department of Water and Power

Mark Gentili on KCRW

Climate change and a shortage of water will change California in many ways — including the way it looks.

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Climate change and a shortage of water will change California in many ways — including the way it looks.

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