Farmers need to find a new way to reduce water. California is in a severe drought of water. And to sustain a healthy state, this water must be obtained in some fashion. However, during the period between finding a new source of water, the water that we have needs to be saved. During this period, scientists have been finding
Hundreds of thousands of people go to bed every night without food. We not only want to fix both of these issues, we need to. BlueGold is our non-profit organization that helps homeless people living near coastal cities receive food while collecting trash from the beach. Our goal is to not only clean up the ocean, but also help feed those who go hungry due to monetary incapabilities. Thus, we are able to tackle two ongoing problems in the world today, hunger and marine pollution.
water agencies can replace underground water storage by several methods, including the use of recharge ponds that allow water to infiltrate into the groundwater basin, or aquifer. recharge ponds are usually located close to rivers where coarse sands, scoured by stream flow, and shallow aquifers allow water to reach the basin quickly. First move to save Mojave 's water resources from getting drain is to control the over-usage of water and city building. Next is to restore water sources by Recharge Ponds, and also give people an awaness about how is the situation and what they can do to help.
California residents will incur additional monthly service charges to their already large water bills, state reserves will need to be tapped into for the additional funding to run the facility. The two most looming questions though will be what energy sources will be required to fuel the plant and what overall effect of the plant has on the sea environment once the highly toxic salt brine is returned back into the
Sure it’s nice for people to consider the well being of the fish, but sometimes we have to ask ourselves if what we are doing is really worth it and how it will affect us in the long run. I am pretty sure these 1 billion dollars can go towards something more useful than the San Joaquin River Restoration
Due to a shortage of water in California, the governor has proposed a diversion system to move water from the Northern California to Southern California. As for this will probably help since there is more farming, and more climate changes in Northern California. This will make a big bad and good difference. First, it will be a bad situation because then the farmers will not have the water they need for their crops, animals, etc.
If the people are still using it illegally we will have a machine that tracks the amount of water inside and a separate one outside of everyone 's house. To create this machine would be pretty easy, we will work with PG&E. This is not the only plan we have we can also get rid of any other misused ways of water such as making soda that has a low percentage of consumers or any other drinks that are made of
Water is being overly stored for farms, when a extinction on Salmon is at risk. Farmers can make a new system to preserve water for both growing crops to standards they like, but not killing an ecosystem of Salmon at the same time. For example, they can put in better irrigation to water their crops and land so it doesn’t become dead.
Article of the Week Response “The Wrong Way to Think about California Water” is an argumentative piece of writing that was written by Michael Hiltzik in the Los Angeles Times. This article stresses mostly about the mere fact of how people waste water; especially in California. The major drought is causing people to use more water than we actually need to use normally. We don’t need to use as much water as we do
In California specifically, 38 percent of the state’s water supply comes from groundwater resources with some California communities relying completely on groundwater for drinking water and agricultural needs. Just as important, groundwater also acts as a buffer to serve water needs during drought years when surface water is less abundant and available (United States Geological Survey, 2013). With California’s current drought condition and projections that the state’s population is expected to grow 14 percent by 2030 (Weiser & Reese, 2015) it is important to understand that groundwater demand and usage is likely to increase. Considering that groundwater is replenished at a very slow rate through precipitation, it is easy to see how groundwater withdrawal can become a serious
It’s not realistic because by doing that they’re exposing millions of people to the harmful toxins of the lake beds of the Sea and endangering wildlife. Accelerating the drying process is the last thing we need. Also, there is not enough funds for the long-term restoration of the Sea. The Salton Sea Task Force’s recommendation is to restore between 9,000 and 12,000 acres of shoreline habitat by 2020 using available state funds.
Stop Taking Clean Water for Granted Can you stop for a moment and think what would happen if we didn’t have water; clean water? It seems impossible, as we use water to drink, cook, clean, grow things, and for everything else in life. Unfortunately, because of the easy access to one of the most plentiful, and most valuable resources in the world, some people take water for granted. In contrast, other poor people live in places where the only easy way to get water is from a dirty irrigation ditch. Or their only source of water is backyard faucet shared by several homes.
It includes physical, chemical and biological processes to remove the contaminants to produce usable and environmentally safe water. (Wikipedia, n.d.) Also, it is used to be economical and practical in order to pursue the Philippines’ campaign to water conservation. One of the largest consumers of water are malls. It houses a wide scale of stalls, food chains, clothing store, etc.