In California, not a drop to drink

OMAR EL AKKAD

BISHOP, CALIF. — The Globe and Mail

Published Monday, Feb. 10 2014, 10:15 PM EST

“There’s a growing awareness that things aren’t the same as they used to be, that this kind of extreme weather … can no longer be ignored or attributed to the vagaries of nature, but increasingly to human impact, in particular climate change,” Dr. Gleick said. “The severity of this drought is unlike anything modern California has ever experienced. In some ways, it’s a sign of things to come – an indication of what the future is going to look like.”

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