Discussing a solution to desalination, with Carlos Riva, Poseidon Water CEO, who will open a $1 billion plant this fall.
Lake Tahoe is full of water, but officials say it won't last because of the drought; and insight to water distribution costs, with CNBC's Jane Wells.
California is stepping up mandatory water restrictions for farmers across the state. CNBC's Jane Wells reports the latest.
CNBC consumer reporter Kelli Grant offers tips on how to stop wasting water and cut down your water bill.
CNBC's Diana Olick gives an inside look at the first in-home water recycling system that could save two-thirds of the water in a home.
San Diego was poured on for just 90 minutes, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
The historic California drought explained, and how some scientists forecast a mega-drought in the coming decades.
Bottled water is coming under attack during the drought. Tim Brown, Nestle Waters North America CEO, discusses how much water is used to create beverage products, and how to save water in California.
Since the drought in California, many are getting angry with bottled water companies that get their H2O from public lands. CNBC's Jane Wells reports just how much water is known to go to bottled water.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports California bottled water has been targeted by protests in wake of the state's drought emergency.
David Duncan, Silver Oak Cellars CEO, shares perspective on the business of making wine, and how the drought in Napa Valley is impacting the business.
Cannon Michael, Bowles Farming Company president, discusses the impact California's drought has had on agriculture.
How California's drought is making the job of firefighters extra challenging, with Cal Fire Chief Thom Porter and CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Amid a drought, CNBC's Jane Wells reports on "fore-ward" thinking to keep golf courses green in California.
Discussing the economic impact of California's drought, with Richard Howitt, University of California Davis, and J.R. Deshazo, UCLA Public Policy & Urban Planning professor.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports water is a problem in California 100 years in the making.
The landscaping business is booming in California during the drought, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan. Eva Koppel, owner of Garden of Eva, says her business is exploding.
As desalination talks heat up during California's drought, two pros debate whether the process is efficient. Robert Sulnick, OC Wise executive director, and Heather Cooley, Pacific Institute, debate.
California is running out of choices for water during its drought, and is working to finance a desalination plant, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. Water bills will go up about $6 per customer.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports on graywater as a way to help people reuse water in their home. The process costs about $2,500 for installation.