The crisis is the result of the fact that there’s too much runoff from agriculture, and the federal government’s failure to control the flow of runoff from cities.
The result is a steady stream of excess water in lakes, rivers and streams, which have become so saturated that they are now unsafe for swimming in.
The water crisis comes as a result of government inaction and inaction by the states, according to a study released by the Institute of Environmental Science and Policy (IERP) at the University of California, Berkeley, and commissioned by the California Department of Water Resources.
The study found that California has the largest population of people in the United States who live in water-scarce areas, and that those people are being denied the opportunity to drink clean water, according the report, released Wednesday.
“In most of the world, we’re talking about water resources,” said IERP associate professor Robert T. Warshaw, a co-author of the report.
“It’s not like we have to take a shortcut here.
The problem is that our leaders have failed to act, and have let the water crisis become a political football, a distraction, a political attack.”
The report examined the water resources of 8,400 U.s. cities and found that the largest cities in California have the highest levels of human population and pollution, while those in the Midwest and Southwest have the lowest.
In California, the report found, cities with populations of 1 million or more have a water rate of nearly 2.2 billion gallons per day.
That’s more than twice the amount of water that flows through the Los Angeles basin and more than three times the amount that flows out of the San Joaquin Valley.
In contrast, water in the Central Valley and Southwest has a rate of less than 0.2 million gallons per hour.
The report said cities with population of fewer than 10,000 have the greatest number of water-pollution-related deaths.
In the Central California region, cities have the worst water quality.
The study found a clear pattern in the amount and types of pollutants that are causing water problems in California.
The biggest sources of water pollution are the runoff from agricultural activities, the amount by which people drink water, and how much of the water is consumed.
The report also found that many of the worst polluters in California are agriculture facilities.
“Farmers in the state have a lot of responsibility in terms of the quality of the drinking water that they provide,” said Warshay.
“They’re responsible for the runoff that comes out of their facilities, the fertilizers and pesticides that they use.”
The study also found a correlation between pollution levels and levels of water contamination.
The higher the pollution, the higher the levels of contamination.
Water quality is related to the amount the body absorbs, which is the amount in the body.
When a person is drinking less water, they are getting more contaminants.
The more contaminants, the greater the risk of health problems.
In the Central West, cities are getting the most contaminants from the agricultural sector.
The pollution and contamination is increasing in the Sacramento Valley.
The Sacramento Valley has a lot more people and it’s a huge water system.
“This is a big water system in the West.
It’s the biggest water system for agriculture,” said Eriq Warsh, a researcher with IERS.
“The problem is, we haven’t done enough to deal with it.”
Warshaw said that while the report highlights a need for federal action, the study found there are also challenges in dealing with the situation.
“We’ve got a huge amount of government, but we’re not in the business of managing the environment,” he said.
“So, we need a lot to do.”