Natural Gas Use in L.A. County

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The shutdown of the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility has threatened the reliability of energy supplies in Southern California. Reducing natural gas demands, especially during peak periods of summer and winter use, is critically important to preserve uninterrupted electricity and natural gas services throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan region. In winter, natural gas consumption […]

The Hard Work of Sustainable Groundwater Management

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Image Sources: Covina Citrus Industry Photographs, Covina Public Library; Wikipedia   A recent post that originally ran on the California WaterBlog from the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences. ……. Under California‚Äôs new groundwater law, local agencies must adopt long-term plans for sustainably managing basins subject to critical overdraft. Preparing these plans will be challenging, […]