Defense Wins Championships
Faced with an historic drought, California cities have enacted unprecedented water usage restrictions on residents. Calls for conservation dot billboards and emergency notification signs on freeways, the dire warnings a steady reminder to save water. But a report from the Public Policy of California shares that urban use only accounts for 10% of all the states water. Around 40% is used to grow food, and food for our food like cattle. The remaining 50% is used for other environmental causes, like rivers and lakes. Professor Benjamin L Ruddell, Ph.D. studies urban planning and water policy and joined 5 Live to discuss where the water is going.