Texas may put conservation, pipes, and new reservoirs in high gear in $53 billion water plan

The U.S. state of Texas, in the midst of a major drought, has released a draft of a detailed new water plan from the Texas Water Development Board.

Unmet water needs in the state, projected to remain nearly constant at some 2.75 billion m3, are overwhelmingly for crop irrigation and appear to repre...

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