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Table of Contents and Executive Summary
Chapter 1. Context and Research Objectives
Chapter 2. Water Governance in Southern California
Chapter 3. Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Chapter 4. Cucamonga Valley Water District
Chapter 5. Huntington Beach
Chapter 6. Comparison of Case Studies and Cross-Cutting Issues
Chapter 7. Water Conservation: Cost-effectiveness
Chapter 8. The Future Potential for Water Conservation
Chapter 9. The Energy and Emissions Intensity of Urban Water Supply Sources in Two Southern California Water Districts
Chapter 10. Climate Change and California’s Water Challenges
Chapter 11. Scenario Planning
Chapter 12. Water Futures Scenario Workshops
Chapter 13. Recommendations
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