How does California and the US at large handle their water and prevent a crisis?
Research and work on sustainable storage and flood prevention may lead us to the ultimate solution.
Listen in and learn:
Retired Water Resources Engineer from the California Department of Water Resources, Ricardo S. Pineda, discusses his continuing lifetime of work researching water access, quality, and storage.
Water is a resource necessary for life everywhere, but due to specific hardships posed by locations around the country, it can be challenging to manage. Between pollution and flooding, finding a sustainable solution has remained elusive to engineers worldwide.
While the United States has a competent water management system, it still faces challenges like contamination and flooding regularly, especially in California.
Other countries, like Honduras, have come up with creative solutions, but a permanent fix has yet to be discovered due to the unpredictability of weather from year to year.
For more information, visit water.ca.gov.
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