California is facing critical drought following the worst year of wildfires
California is on the brink of another natural disaster. Following the worst year of wildfires and record-setting temperatures, the state is now facing a critical drought. While authorities are taking measures to ensure continued supply of water for the state's population, some sectors, like agriculture, are expected to take a big hit. It comes as scientists warn about human activities, like water management and climate change, that could exacerbate the situation in the long run.