The California water crisis can be attributed to many causes. For one thing, the state’s growing population means higher water demands. California is also an arid region prone to droughts, which means that precipitation as a water source is not always readily available. On top of that, climate change also threatens to change California’s weather patterns, which has the potential to impact runoff patterns as well as how much snow the state will get. The government has been asking people to conserve water in order to mitigate the impact of the crisis.
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