"Drought, Alfalfa, and . . . . Housing"
We look at the single largest water user in California – and why farmers are growing so much of a thirsty crop that doesn’t make much money. Plus: atmospheric scientists say what could be a record El Nino is forming in the Pacific – which could mean anything from heavy rains to catastrophic floods. So: does that mean the drought is almost over? We’ll talk weather and climate with Eugene Cordero – and take your calls.
Caption: Imperial Valley, Salton Sea, CA /
Robert Glennon, professor of Law at the University of Arizona, author of Unquenchable: America’s Water Crisis and What To Do About It
Peter Cohen, co-Director of San Francisco Coalition of Community Housing Organizations