Water shortages for Arizona, Nevada and California to begin in 2016 as Lake Mead reservoir plummets

For more than a year NaturalNews and other outlets have been warning of the dire consequences that could befall civil society if drought-related water shortages continue or worsen. We’ve already reported, for instance, that increasingly desperate Californians have been stealing water already, both from city hydrants and from rural farms. We’ve also reported that residents in North Texas have had to resort to drinking water from sewage because of the drought there. And it’s only going to get worse. Now, Nevada is facing “significant possibilities” of major shortages of water if drought on the Colorado River continues into the next two years, says a worrisome forecast delivered recently by a federal government agency. FULL REPORT