Vague, voluntary proposals may do little to help Colorado River
Water managers in recent weeks have put forth plans for conservation aimed at addressing the water-scarcity crisis on the Colorado River. But the proposals, which are vague and voluntary and lack goals with numbers, will probably do little to get additional water into the nation’s two largest reservoirs with the urgency officials say is needed.
- KUNC – Greeley, Colo: 7 states and federal government lack direction on cutbacks from the Colorado River
- Salt Lake Tribune: Two decades of drought has led to a crisis for Lake Powell and the Colorado River. Can Lake Powell be saved or will Glen Canyon be restored?
- The Washington Post: Editorial - The Colorado River crisis means Southwestern states must conserve more
- KJZZ – Tempe: These Arizona residents are in danger of being cut off from their water supply