NASA scientist: California has only one year of water in reservoirs
Four year's into an extreme drought, California's water store has sunk to historic lows. NASA scientist Jay Famiglietti urges mandatory rationing.
Four years into an extreme drought, California has only about a year's worth of water stored in reservoirs. Jay Famiglietti, senior water scientist with NASA's JPL, warned of dire consequences if the state doesn't take action.
In an op-ed published in the Los Angeles Times, Famiglietti suggested mandatory water rationing and a fast-tracking of California's groundwater management plan, passed last year.