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Video: Climate Hurting California's Water Supply & Wildlife
Speaking of today's Environmental Protection Agency findings, GreenLAGirl finds this video from KQED, Northern California's public broadcasting channel.
"The program’s not just guessing at a dire future. This show covers changes that are already happening in California, from our shrinking water reservoirs due to mountains getting more rain and less snow, to severe and earlier forest fires, to localized species extinction happening in some areas, to the potential for flooding in the Bay area," she notes. "California at the Tipping Point ends by emphasizing that our actions now will create a future that’s either inconvenient or catastrophic. Watch the show — then get involved!"