The NYT has been running an important series of articles about disappearing water supplies in the U.S. due to climate change. The bad news: According to Steven Chu of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, “There’s a two-thirds chance there will be a disaster... and that’s in the best scenario.” The good news: Cities and regions across the country are taking their futures in their own hands, and looking systemically at potential solutions.
The American West: Disappearing snowpack in the Sierra Nevadas and elsewhere forces some drastic choices.
Orange County: Turning sewage into drinking water.
Fort Collins: Going nuclear in this "deeply green" city could jeopardize local water supplies.