For the last several months, water use in California has increased despite the ongoing drought. The latest conservation figures, however, show improvement. Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton has this report.
A new poll shows Californians support the goals of the state's landmark law to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports, the poll also found that Californians want state and local governments to do more when it comes to the drought.
A new study finds California's farm-heavy Central Valley has three times more water beneath it than previously estimated. As Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports, researchers say that doesn't mean accessing the groundwater will be cheap or easy.
Californians saved less water in June than they have in previous years. It's the first month under new rules giving suppliers more autonomy to set their own conservation standards. From CPRN, Amy Quinton Reports.
A new UCLA study shows that it will likely take until 2019 before California's Sierra Nevada snowpack recovers from the drought. As Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton reports, researchers say climate change makes it more likely that drought recoveries in the state will take several years.