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Issue looks at the Moving Forward Report and reaching a reliable supply on the Colorado River
Squaring a projected imbalance between the water supply and demand of the Colorado River hinges in part on further advances in agricultural and municipal water use efficiency, according to a report produced earlier this year by the Bureau of Reclamation, the Colorado River Basin states and numerous stakeholders.
Water Education Foundation Writer Gary Pitzer explores “Reaching Reliable Supply on the Colorado River: The Moving Forward Report” in the recently published Summer 2015 edition of River Report.
The “Moving Forward Phase 1” report is the follow-up to 2012’s Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study. That study concluded that, absent any additional action, the gap between the supply demand for water could, under some projections, exceed supply by 3.2 million acre-feet, at the median, by 2060.
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