A Legal Guide to the Public's Rights to Access and Use of California's Navigable Waters

California State Lands Commission | November 20th, 2017

Summary

In California, members of the public have rights to access and use navigable waters for many beneficial uses, including, but not limited to navigation, fishing, and

A Survey of Efforts to Achieve Universal Access to Water and Sanitation in California

Pacific Institute | April 12th, 2018

Summary

In 2010, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 64/292, which declared that “the right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation [is] a human r

A Synthesis of Aquatic Science for Management of Lakes Mead and Mohave

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) | January 29th, 2013

Summary

Lakes Mead and Mohave, which are the centerpieces of Lake Mead National Recreation Area, provide many significant benefits that have made the modern development of the So

Adapting Restoration for a Changing Climate Symposium

Delta Stewardship Council (DSC) | November 5th, 2021

Summary

Advancing One Water Through Arts and Culture: A Blueprint for Action

U.S. Water Alliance | June 26th, 2018

Summary

No matter who we are, where we live, or what we do, water is essential to our lives. It is life’s most precious resource, an indispensable ingredient for prosperity, pr

Assessing and communicating the impacts of climate change on the Southern California coast

California Natural Resources Agency | August 27th, 2018

Summary

 Over the course of this and the next century, the combination of rising sea levels, severe storms, and coastal erosion will threaten the sustainability of coastal commu

Broadening understandings of drought: the climate vulnerability of farmworkers and rural communities in California (USA)

Environmental Science and Policy, Elsevier | November 1st, 2018

Summary

The vulnerability of food and agricultural systems to climate variability and change is extensively studied. However, the vulnerability of agricultural labor is largely

California against the sea

Los Angeles Times | July 7th, 2019

Summary

THE CALIFORNIA COAST GREW AND PROSPERED during a remarkable moment in history when the sea was at its tamest. But the mighty Pacific, unbeknownst to all, was nearing i

California's Future

Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) | January 18th, 2018

Summary

Water management in California has always been challenging. The state’s variable climate is marked by long droughts and severe floods, with stark regional differences i

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