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Mike Antos

Despite rising temperatures, Californians this summer cut their water use significantly in an effort to help the state deal with a severe, ongoing drought.

The reduction for two straight months — by more than 31 percent in July alone –caught many officials by surprise, but not Mike Antos, director of California State University, Northridge’s newCenter for Urban Water Resilience. Antos, former programs director for the Council for Watershed Health, noted that most policymakers underestimated how responsive the public would be once it realized how serious the state’s water situation was.

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