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California’s Water Supply Policy

Indeed, California is facing a massive water shortage. In fact, it is recording a record drought season. Many analysts project that this issue would soon be a common occurrence. It is not usual for a state to invest a lot of revenue in water supply. This factor mirrors the current situation in California………….

Recently, this river has experienced a massive reduction of its waters. The state is getting more paranoid on the water supply extent of its residents. Needless to say, California is imposing various strategies to remedy this situation. It is implementing water conservation strategies that, generally, mirror………………..

We all acclaim that global warming may be a factor of this water shortage. It is because the same trends manifest in almost every region in the country. The South western region has faced a massive……………

Nevertheless, the shortage of this essential commodity is due to interplay of other factors too. The wasting of water in households is also a factor. Analysts claim that residents waste around 50000 gallons of water every day……………

The water policy in California is an interesting point of interest. California has had arid conditions over time. It has a Mediterranean climate. Therefore, it is no surprise that it records very little amounts of rainfall…………..

This act fostered the preservation of water in aquifers. As I mentioned earlier, a large percentage of water in California originates from these aquifers. Reducing the amount of water consumption assures the presence of water during the dry periods…………….

Recently, the Governor and the Internal Department decided to participate in a crucial process. It was the construction of tunnels. These tunnels would act as a reservoir of water during the driest months of the year………….

Conclusively, the state has participated in the re-cycling of water. This water can make significant impacts on the state of agriculture in the region. “It would also help reduce the neglectful wastage of water the region” (Srinivasan, p.300)…………………