California Watches Dwindling Water Supplies

Thursday, December 03, 2009

NASA recently found water on the moon; maybe they can help California find some now. Experts are expecting record lows for the amount of water that they'll be able to deliver next year: a measly 5% of what cities and farms are requesting. What can Californians and Gov. Schwarzenegger do? We talk with Eric Garner, managing partner of Best, Best & Krieger. He's one of the leading experts on water in California, having litigated many water disputes and negotiated many agreements in the Golden State. He's also seen many other countries around the world sucessfully deal with the same problems as California.


Eric Garner


David J Fazekas

Comments [1]

MK Ultra

Pretty soon, the US is going to have to start invading countries for its water supplies.

Dec. 03 2009 09:55 PM

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