Drought Resistance in Tulare County - Safeguarding California Example
CA Natural Resources Agency
California state agencies collaborated to compile each of these examples, associated with Safeguarding California's 2018 update, to show how California is preparing for and adjusting to various extreme events brought on by climate change. Each of these examples highlights unique strategies, funded by the state, to combat and adapt to the effects of climate change. The examples are tagged with icons from the Safeguarding California Report, classifying stories by sector. In 2015, the California Department of Public Health partnered with two severely drought-impacted counties to evaluate the impact of drought on public health through factors including chronic diseases, behavioral health, and finances.
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Extent: Mariposa County, Tulare County
Last updated: Nov. 29, 2020