The state agency that manages California’s water resources has made “only limited progress” in accounting for the effects of climate change on its operations and forecasts, a state audit found this week.
“Until further progress is made, the Department of Water Resources will be less prepared than it could be to effectively manage the State’s water resources in the face of more extreme weather conditions,” the state audit concluded.
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