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How Decades of Hard-Earned Protections and Restoration Reversed the Collapse of California’s Treasured Mono Lake – InsideClimate News

The Water Desk, An initiative of the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder, supported research and reporting for this story. LEE VINING, Calif.—When Rose Nelson camped along lower Rush Creek in the summer of 2017, the water…

Global warming requires that Redlands conserve more water – Redlands News

As a professional engineer who has worked on water projects throughout Southern California, I can tell you that I am very concerned about climate change and how it is impacting water supplies locally and globally. Here in California our main…

Global Warming Increases Risk of Mega-Floods in California – teleSUR English

Global warming has significantly increased the risk of “mega-flooding” in California and the Western United States, a UCLA study published in the journal of Science Advances said. RELATED: Dry California: New Water Strategy To Fight Climate Change The study, co-authored…

Risk of catastrophic California ‘megaflood’ has doubled due to global warming, researchers say – Lookout Santa Cruz

Have something to say? Lookout welcomes letters to the editor, within our policies, from readers. Guidelines here. Even today, as California struggles with severe drought, global warming has doubled the likelihood that weather conditions will unleash a deluge as devastating…

Risk of catastrophic ‘megaflood’ has doubled for California – Los Angeles Times

Even today, as California struggles with severe drought, global warming has doubled the likelihood that weather conditions will unleash a deluge as devastating as the Great Flood of 1862, according to a UCLA study released Friday. In that inundation 160…

Editorial: Take high temperatures, climate change seriously – Boulder Daily Camera

Hot enough for you? That old conversation starter has taken on new meaning in recent years, with high temperatures providing constant reminders of the effects of climate change. So do extreme cold, atmospheric rivers of rain and severe drought. Last…

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