In the midst of the worst drought in California history, people are still searching for answers.
The state’s agriculture department says it’s now more than a year since it recorded the worst-ever drought, but it’s still not clear how long the conditions will last.
The drought has been blamed on climate change and climate change experts are still trying to determine what caused it.
On Tuesday, the department released a list of the 10 worst drought years in California.
The list, based on official data from the state’s Agriculture Department, is in stark contrast to the official climate change report released earlier this month by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
It shows the worst droughts occurred between January and March, when temperatures were higher.
According to the latest report, the current drought is the worst since the Great Drought of the 1930s, when millions died due to the severity of the heat wave.
While the drought has lasted for years, the effects are still not fully understood.
Here are some questions that people should be asking: How much water do you need?