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At least 36 states are anticipating water shortages in 2013 www.epa.gov
In the U.S the average family uses more than 300 gallons of water per day at home www.epa.gov
Less than 1 percent of the worlds water is available for human use. www.epa.gov
Farmers are not the only ones suffering from a water shortage. More individuals will be out of work and more businesses will be destroyed. Industries have just begun to recover from the water shortage in 2009. latinowater.com
Farmers are not the only ones suffering from a water shortage. More individuals will be out of work and more businesses will be destroyed. Industries have just begun to recover from
http://youtu.be/On9WRrFHVjY youtu.be Subscribe for more TakePart TV now!: http://full.sc/SwIjS1 The global water crisis will be the central issue facing our world this century. We can manage thi...
The major states that Hispanics live in are suffering some of the highest water shortages in the U.S. http://i.usatoday.net/communitymanager/_photos/green-house/2010/07/20/watershortagex-large.jpg i.usatoday.net
The U.S. needs public involvement, restrictions, and water exchanges and transfers to help make everything possible! www.latinowater.com
http://www.sfgate.com/green/article/State-GOP-tries-to-steal-Dems-fire-over-water-3283600.php www.sfgate.com The strategy was distilled on a 5-foot-high banner at the Republican voter registration table in front of a Walmart store in Dinuba (Tulare County) in August: Stop the radical environmentalists. California's crisis over water, complicated by court rulings that delayed water deliveries to farms to protect threatened fish, has become a major issue, with state and federal officials seeking ways to aid struggling farmers. Despite their mutual opposition to abortion, at least among Catholics, Latinos and Republicans do not agree on many issues, said Louis DeSipio, a professor of political science at UC Irvine who studies the Latino electorate. Pete Wilson used the anti-immigrant Proposition 187, which would have prohibited illegal immigrants from using social and health services and public schools in the state, to propel him to re-election. Many Latino Republican elected officials left or were voted out of office after voters approved the measure, which was later declared unconstitutional by a federal court. Protecting the smelt, Schwarzenegger told the party faithful at last month's state GOP convention in Riverside County. While Republicans blame water shortages for 40 percent unemployment in some Central Valley towns, a study by the University of the Pacific found that virtually all of the unemployment in San Joaquin Valley counties is a result of the collapse of the construction industry.
http://vimeo.com/46365676 vimeo.com A Glimpse Into the San Joaquin Valley
This link leads to several interesting videos from the website of California Latino Water Coalition discussing the water shortage and issues it's caused in California. www.latinowater.com
http://youtu.be/XWiMfGERNfc youtu.be Fresno, CA (Feb. 19, 2010) Valley residents including elected officials, farm workers, growers and business people came together inside the Fresno City Counc...