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Based on “Elizabeth Zach”.

Radical swings in weather pose problems for water management

As the planet warms, meteorologists find it harder to predict weather patterns. But wildly fluctuating temperatures also challenge how water system managers do their jobs. Unpredictable changes in weather affect storm preparedness and even national security.

National homeownership rate hits near 50 year low

Housing supply across the country has declined for the past two years and this scarcity has caused homeownership to hit a near 50-year low. Now, with more than 80 million millennials nearing home buying age, the shortage is expected to only worsen.

California’s rural roads among the worst in the nation

Rural roads across the nation are suffering from years of neglect and decreased maintenance funding, and in turn, this affects regional economies, a new report shows. California’s rural byways, moreover, rank among the worst.