Lakes Mead and Powell could run dry by 2021
It’s a 50 percent possibility, a new Scripps study finds, which would squeeze water supplies in Arizona, California, Nevada, and New Mexico.
The latest work “not only shows that climate change is a real problem. It also shows it has direct implications for humans – and not just in the third world,” says Peter Gleick, president of the Pacific Institute in Oakland, Calif.
Lake Powell has steadily risen almost 70 feet since 2005. But facts aren’t important to alarmists.