Off-topic utter nonsense.WetEV wrote:Changing climate will require not only maintaining but upgrading infrastructure.
What do the data ACTUALLY say?
There is NO TREND in precipitation in CA over the past 122 years:
If you combine this with the fact that CA water usage has dropped about 20% in the last 25 years, you learn that the infrastructure in CA gets MORE adequate as time goes on.
But certainly the last two decades are the driest ever in CA, aren't they? Nope:
1998-2017 Average Annual Precipitation in CA: 21.40 inches
1918-1937 Average Annual Precipitation in CA: 19.36 inches
In other words, the rainfall in CA is now 9% higher than it was early in the 20th century when human-caused CO2 was virtually non-existent.