Will Florida have enough water by 2070?

 

By controlling sprawl, the study found the state could save 1.8 million acres of land from development, protect another 5.8 million acres of conservation land and keep 1.1 million acres in farming. (Source: The Miami Herald)

From The Miami Herald: During the next half century, urban sprawl across Florida could double the water consumption of cities and suburbs, according to a new study released Tuesday.

It’s a thirst the state will be hard pressed to quench without putting natural resources at risk or making big improvements in conservation, water reuse technology and landscaping practices.

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