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Thieves Are Stealing California’s Scarce Water. Where’s It Going? Illegal Marijuana Farms

As drought grips most of California, water thefts have increased to record levels. Thieves tap into hydrants, pump water from rivers and break into remote water stations and tanks.
California coastline at Pacifica in the S.F. Bay Area | Photo: Brocken Inaglory/Wikimedia Commons
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Sea Level Rise Hitting California Harder Than Expected

By century’s end, rapidly rising seas could engulf California infrastructure, cripple economies and force a retreat from the Coast.
Along the coast of San Luis Obispo County, the Piedras Blancas is a historic lighthouse surrounded by land of cultural significance to the Chumash and Salinan tribes. | photo Mike Baird
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Obama Moves to Protect California's Coast

Action prevents the government from disposing of small coastal land parcels.
California's cap-and-trade offset system rewards the Yurok Tribe for placing 8,000-plus acres of Douglas fir and hardwood into the state’s carbon bank. | photo California Air Resources Board
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Carbon Cutters on Edge

California's program to control greenhouse gas emissions is in limbo
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