California Drought Forecast 2022 will cost averagely $1.1 Billion by California University Merced till mega cycle of water is first deployed in America and California for drinking water.
SAN DIEGO, CA, June 07, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — The new book, “Mega Cycle of Water,” describe the Adverse Mega Solar Projects Effect in to the Weather System and Cycle of Water on pages 29-33.
All changes and disruptions into Cycle of Water make economic hardships. In America, “The cost of drought events averages over $9 billion per year.” (https://www.drought.gov/sectors/agriculture)
On page 33, states “America and California 2022 Forecast will continue till all understand that proliferation of mega solar projects have adverse effects in the weather system and cycle of water.
America Drought Forecast 2022 will cost averagely $9 Billion per year by Drought.gov, and California Drought Forecast 2022 will cost averagely $1.1 Billion by California University Merced till mega cycle of water is first deployed in America and California for drinking water, sustaining food supply, and rebuilding economy in rural communities with the recycling-treatment 3% fresh water. And, ending the millennia water transfer policy to Mega Cities.”
Per Drought USA, “As of May 17, 2022, 43.98% of the U.S. and 52.54% of the lower 48 states are in drought. 43.98% of the U.S. and 52.54% of the lower 48 states are in drought this week.” (https://www.drought.gov/current-conditions#)
California Farm Bureau Reports: Farmers across state face new water cuts. “With 60% of the state now in extreme drought conditions. “[California,] right now, 95% of the state, including the central coast, is in the severe drought category.” (https://www.ksbw.com/article/understanding-the-worsening-drought-in-c … /39985367#)
On March 7 2022, (University of California Merced) researchers reported that “The 2021 drought directly cost the California agriculture sector about $1.1 billion and nearly 8,750 full- and part-time jobs (https://www.thepacker.com/news/industry/2021-drought-cost-california- … y-more-1b#)
With the above data from Drought.gov and University of California Merced, we can assess that $20 million to cover sections of open water canals in California’s Stanislaus County will only increase the severe drought in the region or adverse environmental effects.
The sooner – the better! “The US Department of Energy has a goal of $1/kg of hydrogen by 2030.” (https://www.pv-magazine.com/2022/05/19/new-method-could-potentially-p … -for-2-kg/)
Lyudmila Garcia is a businesswoman and commercial broker. She was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico and raised in Mexicali Baja California, Mexico. She graduated from AUBC, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Mexico with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science with Specialties in Computer Science and Economics. After living 25 years in Imperial County, she learned to enjoy country life at Imperial Valley Desert Cities.
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