Analysis Of The Wrong Way To Think About California Water By Michael Hiltzik

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Michael Hiltzik wrote,”The Wrong Way to Think about California Water”, which is an article arguing against some of the ways individuals think about the drought in California. For the most part, I agree with the author’s argument. He touches on the topics of bottled water, almond trees, turf, and the idea that,”There isn’t just one California”(Hiltzik). Initially, Michael Hiltzik discusses the bottled water industry. The quote,”The entire nation consumes a bit more than 10 billion gallons of bottled water per year. California’s total water use, according to 2010 figures from U.S. Geological Survey is 38 billion gallons per day.”(Hiltzik), demonstrates that California’s water use per day is greater that the whole nation’s bottled water usage.

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