Sacramento, Calif. — Water justice advocates and environmental, health, rural and equity organizations thank the California Legislature for including emergency drinking water funds in the 2017-18 state budget to continue to chip away at California’s drinking water crisis.
A new report from the Colorado based conservation group Western Resource Advocates foreshadows significant cutbacks that could potentially end farming in parts of central Arizona…
Public Health Advocates will host a one-day conference “Tackling the Health Politics of Water” June 14 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento. Participants will discuss ways to protect, distribute, promote and ensure access to safe drinking water for everybody in every community in California and beyond.
According to March survey results released by Fresno State, local San Joaquin Valley residents are more concerned about water than they are about crime, job creation and global warming.
California made history in 2012 after becoming the first state in the U.S. to declare that clean drinking water is a human right.