Water balls

As they save the water  some still, get it cheep!

And Nestlé is still unwilling to stop their practice of bottling water in drought-stricken areas

Nestlé is unwilling to stop their practice of bottling water in drought-stricken areas

Recent studies have indicated that the drought is unlikely to end any time soon. In fact, mean annual runoff is expected to drop another 8.5 percent by the middle of the century.

The building boom that greatly expanded the size and population of urban areas throughout the Colorado basin region – including Las Vegas, Phoenix and other cities – was largely due to the record high levels of Lake Mead during the last half of the 20th century.

No one expected the water levels to drop so far and so fast. Now the entire region faces a very uncertain future as temperatures are expected to continue rising andwater resources continue to dwindle.

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