A recent McKinsey Global Institute report, A tool kit to fix California’s housing gap: 3.5 million homes by 2025, specifically addresses the chronic housing shortage in California. The report’s objective is to present a practical blueprint to ensure access to affordable housing.
A $5.5 million grant was recently awarded to Self-Help Enterprises to fund an affordable housing project and community center in Lindsay, California. Construction on the project is anticipated to begin May 2017, after additional funding is secured.
Residents in Weed, California, are challenging an Oregon-based timber company that is claiming rights to spring water on land that it owns but that has also supplied the town with drinking water for decades.
Nearly 50 years after building the largest water-delivery system in America, California officials struggle to gain support for a proposed infrastructure overhaul.
Could managed aquifer recharge (MAR) offer an affordable solution against drought? Due to continued strain on resources as a result of the ongoing drought, California has been exploring possible solutions to a more resilient water supply.