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Featured in Forbes

Water Emerges as Weapon of War in Ukraine and Beyond

April 27, 2022 | news



New Case Studies: A Call for Action on Water in Response to California’s Changing Climate

April 27, 2022 | announcement


April 27, San Francisco, California -- Today SPUR, along with the Pacific Institute and Greenbelt Alliance, released Watershed Moments: Case studies in Water Management for California's Changing Climate. The state’s severe drought -- following close on the heels of the 2012-2017 drought -- is a call for action...


Featured in Los Angeles Times

More Water Restrictions are Coming to Southern California. How to Conserve.

April 26, 2022 | news



Featured in San Francisco Chronicle

New East Bay Water Restrictions: What Residents Need to Know

April 26, 2022 | news



April 2022 Newsletter

April 25, 2022 | announcement


The monthly newsletter features the Pacific Institute’s research, publications, news about past and upcoming Institute staff outreach efforts, and media coverage of its work and analysis.


Featured in The Tennessee Tribune

California Drought in Third Year

April 24, 2022 | news




Briefing: The Untapped Potential of California’s Urban Water Supply

April 19, 2022 | video


In this briefing, Pacific Institute experts provided a deep dive into the untapped potential of California's alternative water supplies: urban water efficiency, water reuse, and stormwater capture.


Presentation: The Untapped Potential of California’s Urban Water Supply

April 18, 2022 | publication


In this presentation, Pacific Institute experts provided a deep dive into the untapped potential of California's alternative water supplies: urban water efficiency, water reuse, and stormwater capture...


Featured in San Francisco Examiner

Opinion: The Good News in California’s Growing Water Crisis

April 14, 2022 | news





Innovative urban water strategies offer vast opportunity for California drought relief and longer-term water resilience

April 12, 2022 | post


Throughout California, innovative urban water strategies—water efficiency, water reuse, and stormwater capture—are already finding success in many communities. These cost-effective and technologically feasible strategies reduce urban water use (currently 6.6 million acre-feet per year), while boosting local water supplies...


The Untapped Potential of California’s Urban Water Supply: Water Efficiency, Water Reuse, and Stormwater Capture

April 12, 2022 | publication


Persistent challenges and severe drought have shone a spotlight on the vulnerability of California’s water systems. They also offer an opportunity to rethink the state’s water supplies and strategies for the 21st century and beyond. 


Pacific Institute Study Finds Dramatic Potential for California Drought Relief Through Innovative Urban Water Approaches

April 12, 2022 | announcement


April 12, 2022, Oakland, California – Today, as California faces its third year of severe drought, the Pacific Institute released new research quantifying dramatic opportunities for innovative urban water strategies to provide drought relief and longer-term water resilience.


Featured in NRDC

Running on Empty: Is California Doing Enough on Drought?

April 12, 2022 | news



Featured in Los Angeles Times

California Could Shrink Water Use in Cities by 30% or More, Study Finds

April 12, 2022 | news




Featured in The San Diego Tribune

Californians Urged to Save Water as State Faces Dismal Snowpack in Sierra Nevada

April 1, 2022 | news



Featured in San Francisco Examiner

Snowpack Report Signals Bad News for California’s Drought

April 1, 2022 | news



Snowpack Report Underscores Need for Transformative Changes to Address Record-Setting California Drought

April 1, 2022 | post


April 1st marks the end of the wet season in California. It’s also the day the California Department of Water Resources announces key seasonal snowpack measurements and makes projections of water availability for the rest of the water year. Today, the news is extremely bad and is a call to action to do much more — and to do some things much differently.


Featured in CBS SF Bay Area

State’s Snowpack at Only 38% of Average As California Drought Deepens

April 1, 2022 | news



Featured in San Francisco Examiner

S.F.’s Hydropower Supply is Under Threat

March 30, 2022 | news



Featured in KCBX

KCBX News Update: Water Use Experts Share Conservation Tips

March 30, 2022 | news



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