California considers new projects to prevent water scarcity
Ediz Tiyansan

California, the U.S.'s richest state is looking at ways to secure one of its most basic necessities. Water scarcity has become a chronic problem in California, even in some of the wet years like this one. 

Home to the nation’s largest population and a multi-billion-dollar agriculture industry, California is considering new infrastructure projects and recycling technologies to maintain water security. 

CGTN's Ediz Tiyansan reports.

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