California drought driving up greenhouse gas emissions: study

Read the full story at The Hill.

Drought in California, coupled with population growth, is accelerating the need for energy-intensive water projects — driving up greenhouse gas emissions and thwarting the pace of statewide decarbonization efforts, a new study has found.

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