A major drought is gripping the West. Still, there’s reason to be hopeful the water situation will improve
Concerning news about Utah’s extreme drought keeps coming. On Wednesday, Utah’s Department of Natural Resources said the drought continues to have “a stranglehold on the state,” despite wild weather swings that dumped rain in some areas. Washington Post Columnist David Von Drehle recently wrote an opinion piece about the drought gripping the West. He spoke with KUER’s Pamela McCall about the situation.
- 9 News Denver: The impact of a 2 degree temperature increase on Colorado’s climate
- CBS Denver: Colorado Drought Situation Improves For The First Time In Months
- ABC 4 Salt Lake City: In Focus Discussion - Lake Powell Pipeline
- Moab Sun News: Grand Junction draws water from the Colorado: Drinking water pulled from river due to drought
- Gizmodo: A water expert answers questions about the West’s megadrought
- LA Times: Podcast: Our biggest reservoir will save us! Wait, no
- KJZZ: Lake Powell Hitting Record Low Signals Bleak Water Future For Arizona
- The Salt Lake Tribune: Does St. George really need Lake Powell water?