It's half past time, do you know where your water's coming from in the next 10 to 20 years?
Note: We'll leave it with ya for a short station break. Please use this space to comment about any subject or to contemplate our water future. Will it be one of abundance, severe shortages, a slow emptying, too expensive for the less well off to afford? Will it be a time of plenty for some and extreme rationing for others? You might ask your local elected officials what answers they have to offer.
YNN | By John Salazar Experts stress action to curb Texas' water crsis – It's only been a month since water experts announced the 2012 state water plan, but many worry Texas' precious resource will continue to disappear if the one-inch thick book of recommendations is not put into practice.
The Texas Water Development Board's Executive Administrator Melanie Callahan said the state’s water situation is so dire, the worst-case scenario is closer than we think.
"It's a resource and it has to be managed. It's not always going to be there,” she said. “If we don't take care of it, you may go to the tap at some point and it may not be there.”