The economic value of local water supplies in Los Angeles

  title={The economic value of local water supplies in Los Angeles},
  author={Erik Porse and Kathryn Beth Mika and Elizaveta Litvak and Kimberly F. Manago and Terri S. Hogue and Mark S. Gold and Diane Eve Pataki and Stephanie Pincetl},
  journal={Nature Sustainability},
Los Angeles imports water over long distances to supplement local supplies. Reduced reliability of the available imports is driving many local agencies to promote conservation and enhance local water sources. These include stormwater capture, water reuse and groundwater. But financial considerations are often a significant impediment to project development, especially when comparing new and existing sources. Here we demonstrate a comprehensive approach for evaluating the economic implications… CONTINUE READING


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