Experts say California must boost conservation efforts

11/23/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Conservation is the only timely solution to California's water crisis, experts say. Local laws that require low-flow toilets and shower heads have helped stabilize consumption in some parts of the state. This month, lawmakers approved legislation that will require per capita water use to decline 20% during the next decade. Meanwhile, some observers also warn that urban water agencies must take significant steps to boost conservation.

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