Twenty-six water districts in California to begin rationing water

Sunday, April 26, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: L.J. Devon Sunday, April 26, 2015 California is slowly fading into desert land. The fight to save the state’s water resources has begun at the state level. Governor Jerry Brown recently imposed a 25 percent mandatory restriction on urban water use. This takes effect in July 2015. This is only the beginning... »

Dust storm, lightning kill five in UP – epidemic of suicides reported, as climate unravels

Saturday, April 25, 2015
By Paul Martin April 25, 2015 UTTAR PRADESH, India – Five people including a woman were killed late Friday after a dust storm and lightning hit many parts of eastern Uttar Pradesh, officials said on Saturday. While two people died in Jaunpur after being struck by lightning, two others died in Pratapgarh and a woman lost... »

Bix Weir: “They could very easily pull the plug right around that time of September of 2015, so that’s the reason to look out for this coming September and for other reasons.”

Friday, April 24, 2015
By Paul Martin April 23rd, 2015 JP Morgan is acquiring physical silver in staggering amounts. According to Ted Butler’s research, JPM is still short on the Comex (to drive paper prices down) but they are massively long on PHYSICAL silver to the tune of roughly 350 MILLION OUNCES which JPM has taken delivery of over the... »

Another Reason To Move Away From California: ‘Conditions Are Like A Third-World Country’

Sunday, April 19, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder April 19th, 2015 As if anyone actually needed another reason to move out of the crazy state of California, now it is being reported that conditions in some areas of the state “are like a third-world country” due to the multi-year megadrought that has hit the state. In one California... »

Drought Number One Emergency in California-Ellen Brown

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Greg Hunter April 15, 2015 Author and attorney Ellen Brown says the drought in California is dire. NASA recently said that California has just one year of water left. Brown says, “It was just declared our number one emergency. . . .It’s pretty shocking what is happening. It’s our fourth year of... »

California Is “A Totally Artificial World Of Water Use” & Desalination Can’t Fix It

Tuesday, April 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 04/13/2015 Like many other towns in California, Santa Barbara is projecting a significant water shortfall in 2017. The solutions, being proposed for now, are extreme water conservancy, desalination plants, and sewage recycling following Jerry Brown’s diktat that “as Californians, we have to pull together and save water in every way... »

California’s Record-Breaking Heat & Drought “Is Only The Beginning”

Sunday, April 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 04/11/2015 The California heat of the past 12 months is like nothing ever seen in records going back to 1895, notes Bloomberg’s Tom Randall, and with the already record-low snowpack starting its melt early, it appears this is only the beginning of problems. What’s happening in California right now is... »

Dust Bowl 2.0: California’s Historic Drought About To Get Even Worse As “Snowpack Melts Early Across The West”

Saturday, April 11, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 04/10/2015 It has been a bad year for California whose drought is rapidly approaching historic proportions: according to the LA Times, which cites climatologist Michael Anderson, “you’re looking on numbers that are right on par with what was the Dust Bowl.” And it is about to get even worse. According... »

The future is terrifying for farmers during California’s historic thousand-year drought

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
By Paul Martin

SENA CHRISTIAN, ENSIA APR. 8, 2015 On a warm March afternoon, farmer Cannon Michael walks alongside wheat fields adjacent to his house in Los Banos, in California’s Central Valley. Most of these fields won’t be watered again this year. “Wheat’s not a glamorous crop, but it makes a lot of bread,” Michael quips.... »

Food prices to rise as California water restrictions cause farmer cutbacks

Tuesday, April 7, 2015
By Paul Martin April 07, 2015 As California’s multi-year drought rages on, consumers in the rest of the United States may soon be feeling the pinch at the grocery store as farmers around California reduce water and plant fewer crops. California, sometimes called the ‘nation’s salad bowl’, is the country’s largest producer of grapes, kiwis, olives,... »

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