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Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Initial Metropolitan Water Summit Takes Up California's Biggest Water Challenges
November 26th, 2010
More than 350 people today participated in a first-ever water summit convened by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to promote meeting the statewide goal of reducing per-capita water use by 20 percent over the next 10 years.
The one-day summit at historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles brought together federal and state regulators, water industry officials, municipal planners, environmentalists, climatologists and other experts to address the extensive work being done throughout the state to help ensure supply reliability through the year 2035. "Despite the recent rains, we are still on the brink of a water crisis," said Metropolitan board...
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Source: Energy and Ecology (2010-11-26)