The Future of California’s Water-Energy-Climate Nexus

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Without urgent water efficiency measures, carbon emissions associated with water usage in California are likely to spike in coming years, as changing sources of water supply and population growth drive up energy-intensive urban and agricultural water needs. Climate change-fueled droughts are likely to further increase water-related energy use and carbon emissions. That’s the finding of Next 10’s latest report—The Future of California’s Water-Energy-Climate Nexus.

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