California has no land in drought conditions and all reservoirs are above historic average levels

From the U.S. Drought Portal And from the California Department of water resources. All reservoirs currently above normal historical average. HT/KK Advertisements


Penn State Professor Demands More Control Over Agriculture Because Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall But stops short or demanding collectivisation under a central government climate planning authority. New climate change report underscores the need to manage land for the short and long term August 12, 2019 9.11pm AESTChris E. Forest Professor of Climate Dynamics, Pennsylvania State University In its latest report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change describes…