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Assessing Water Affordability$0.00
Assessing Water AffordabilityPacific Institute | August 14, 2013...Summary
A new pilot study in California shows many households, even within affluent communities, routinely spend over the affordability threshold of 2 percent of...
California’s Climate Adaptation Water Strategy: An Analysis of Implications for Individual and Community Rights and Responsibilities$0.00
California’s Climate Adaptation Water Strategy: An Analysis of Implications for Individual and Community Rights and ResponsibilitiesDepartment of Water Resources | July 31, 2009...Summary
The inevitable consequences of climate change will put some of California's people and communities more at risk than others. Because of location and...
Californians Without Safe Water and Sanitation$0.00
Californians Without Safe Water and SanitationDepartment of Water Resources | October 30, 2014...Summary
While most Californians enjoy access to safe drinking water and adequate sanitation, some residents live in communities or areas that do not have...
Communities that rely on a contaminated groundwater source for drinking water$0.00
Communities that rely on a contaminated groundwater source for drinking waterState Water Resources Control Board | January 1, 2013...Summary
AB 2222 (Caballero, Chapter 670, Statutes of 2008) requires the State Water Resources Control Board to submit a report to the Legislature that...
Drought and Equity in California$0.00
Drought and Equity in CaliforniaPacific Institute | January 9, 2017...Summary
Drought and Equity in California is the first statewide analysis of the impacts of the drought on California’s most vulnerable communities. This report...
Drought and Equity in the San Francisco Bay Area$0.00
Drought and Equity in the San Francisco Bay AreaPacific Institute | June 29, 2016...Summary
California’s ongoing drought has wide-reaching impacts, from how we grow crops to the price of electricity. Often overlooked is its impact on disadvantaged...
Environmental Justice in California Government$0.00
Environmental Justice in California GovernmentState of California | October 1, 2003...Summary
In California, we have spent over a century and billions of dollars to preserve and protect the environment for current and future generations....
Environmental Justice Program Implementation for Lahontan Region$0.00
Environmental Justice Program Implementation for Lahontan RegionLahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board | January 30, 2015...Summary
The Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board (Lahontan Water Board) reviewed how environmental justice (EJ) is conducted in the region and examined new...
Human Costs of Nitrate-contaminated Drinking Water in the San Joaquin Valley$0.00
Human Costs of Nitrate-contaminated Drinking Water in the San Joaquin ValleyPacific Institute | March 1, 2011...Summary
While most Californians take for granted that safe water is readily available at the turn of a tap, a growing number of communities,...
Overview of Disadvantaged Communities and Native American Tribes in the Santa Ana River Watershed$0.00
Overview of Disadvantaged Communities and Native American Tribes in the Santa Ana River WatershedBureau of Reclamation | December 19, 2003...Summary
This report provides a brief description of Disadvantaged Communities (DACs) and Native American Indian Tribes (Tribes) located in or near the Santa Ana...
Sustainable Development and Environmental Justice$0.00
Sustainable Development and Environmental JusticeDepartment of Water Resources | September 7, 2004...Summary
This chapter addresses the incorporation of environmental justice into the general plan. While environmental justice is not a mandatory topic in the general...
The Human Right to Water$0.00
The Human Right to WaterPacific Institute | May 1, 2007...Summary
More than a billion people lack access to safe drinking water. Two and a half billion people live without access to adequate sanitation...
The Struggle for Water Justice in California’s San Joaquin Valley: A Focus on Disadvantaged Unincorporated Communities
The Struggle for Water Justice in California’s San Joaquin Valley: A Focus on Disadvantaged Unincorporated CommunitiesU.C. Davis Center for Regional Change | February 1, 2018...Summary
In California, lack of access to clean, safe, and affordable water is a threat to public health and well-being, and violates the state’s...