What do you know about the water supply in California?

title California is in the midst of a water crisis.

What do I know?

article Title California is currently facing a water shortage and the state is already using up more than half of its available water, according to a report released by the California Department of Water Resources.

The water shortage comes as the state has begun a massive public works project to restore the water system after years of drought.

The report says that the state now has a shortfall of about 2.4 billion gallons of water, or about 15 percent of its water supply.

That’s a large amount of water and an important number for many Californians.

The state is using up half of the water it has available.

The shortage is caused by the drought and the impact of climate change.

While California’s water supply is already severely limited, the report says it’s going to get worse, and the government is working to help California mitigate the effects of climate extremes.

The study found that California has a water supply of about 5 trillion gallons of drinking water.

Water can be used for drinking, cooking, and irrigation purposes, but it also provides a great deal of other functions, including for agriculture, domestic use, and human consumption.

California’s population has more than tripled since 1980, according the report.

In 2020, California’s projected population is estimated to be about 19.4 million people.

California is also the largest producer of renewable energy in the country.

According to the report, California currently has more solar power installed than all the states combined.

That makes it one of the top sources of renewable electricity.

The country’s total electricity consumption for the year was $6.07 trillion, or 22 percent of all the world’s energy consumption.

This means California was responsible for about 15.6 percent of the total global electricity consumption.

According a 2015 report by the American Association of State Water Surveyors, the amount of carbon dioxide emissions that California emitted in the year 2020 were more than all of the other 50 states combined, except for Mexico.

The pollution is due to a variety of activities and activities that involve burning fossil fuels.

This includes: burning fossil fuel oil and coal, burning fossil gas oil and gas, burning oil and natural gas from the oil and other industries, burning coal, using other forms of oil or gas to generate electricity, and burning other forms that use petroleum.

California was also the country’s biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions, the study says.

The average amount of CO2 emitted by California each year was about 3,300 pounds of carbon.