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The nearly 10 million people in the city and county of Los Angeles, California require a lot of water -- most of which is imported snow melt from the Eastern Sierra Nevadas and Rocky Mountains, hundreds of miles away. UCLA researchers Stephanie Pincetl and Mark Gold are studying how Los Angeles can reduce its water imports and better capture, store and reuse water for a more sustainable water supply. Published on Jul 12, 2013

EarthSayersMark Gold; Stephanie Pincetl
OrganizationsNational Science Foundation; NBC Learn
EarthSayers RatingRecommended
CountryUnited States
FormatPolitical speech
Member of Special CollectionSustainability:Water by NBC Learn and NSF
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