Water Policy

Publications

, The Washington Times
West looks to create water as drought tests limits of conservation
Steven Greenhut

From The Washington Times:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signaled the sea change last month when he unveiled a strategy that calls for major investments in desalination and storage – but no…

, Spectrum News 1
TV: The Search for Water in California
Steven Greenhut

From Spectrum News 1:

Steven Greenhut of the R Street Institute joined Spectrum News 1 to discuss how California can meet its water…

, Fox News
Gavin Newsom criticized over handling of California drought as farms languish
Steven Greenhut

From Fox News:

“These days, the Newsom administration and Legislature have done little more than engage in water shaming,” Steven Greenhut, the R Street Institute’s western region director, wrote…

California should build infrastructure, not shame water users
Steven Greenhut

SACRAMENTO – After returning from a recent trip to the rainy Pacific Northwest, I opened the faucet and instead of hearing rushing water I heard only the dreadful coughing sound one gets from empty…

, American Spectator
Something’s in the Water
Steven Greenhut

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — To give credit where it’s due, California’s government — through the state auditor’s office, Legislative Analyst’s Office, and various inspector generals and…

, Orange County Register
‘Freedom’ isn’t the right word to describe the state of things in California
Steven Greenhut

SACRAMENTO – It’s hard to understand the rationale for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Independence Day political ad in Florida, which urged Floridians to “join us in California where we still believe in…

, Reason
California’s Water Bureaucrats Are Making a Bad Drought Worse
Steven Greenhut

Are California’s reservoirs half-full or half-empty? The state’s largest reservoirs—Lake Oroville and Lake Shasta—are exceedingly low for this time of year, with the former at 55 percent of…

, Reason
California’s Water Bureaucrats Are Making a Bad Drought Worse
Steven Greenhut

Are California’s reservoirs half-full or half-empty? The state’s largest reservoirs—Lake Oroville and Lake Shasta—are exceedingly low for this time of year, with the former at 55 percent of…

, American Spectator
Shrugging at Drought
Steven Greenhut

California state officials might have noticed that we’re enduring yet another historic drought — one so intense that the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the nation’s largest…

Life In The Dry Lane
Steven Greenhut

From Pacific Research Institute:

Granted, much of California is arid, with low annual rainfall totals. But ancient technology can turn dry regions wet, and there’s no shortage of resources to…

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