Colorado River pact isn’t much of a solution. What L.A. must do to save the river May 28, 2023

Daniela Morales, PSR Next Gen Climate Ambassador | The Los Angeles Times

This “big win” only delays a sustainable solution, endangering the public health of communities that rely on the Colorado River for water.

As a Latinx public health professional, I fear for the well-being of marginalized communities that receive water from the Colorado River.

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