Not because they have to, but because of climate change.
According to the DOI, the move forms part of the Biden administration’s efforts to invest in climate change resilience for the Colorado River Basin and all the communities that rely on it.
NEWS: U.S. officials released a set of proposals for distributing cuts from the Colorado River amending 07 guidelines that govern cuts as climate change & other factors threaten the river that provides drinking water to 40 million people in 7 states & 30 tribes. Future is dim !!!
Colorado River cities and farms face dire trade-offs with new federal review t.co/RI8FmLgw52
— John Orr (@CoyoteGulch) April 12, 2023
The Interior Department released its proposal now that the states that use the Colorado river can’t come to an agreement. It could upend the system of water rights & force California to make drastic cuts. #AgTwitter
— RFD-TV (@OfficialRFDTV) April 12, 2023
h/t John Dutton
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