Food security adaptations

The adaptation strategies for food security look at the consequences of reversing the recent policies that prioritized ecosystems to ones that prioritize agricultural production. While urban uses are still given the highest priority, this strategy further imposes demand-side management (DSM) policies that yield a net decrease in urban demands of 20% over the two time horizons. Exports out of the basin, which affect the availability of water to both agricultural and urban areas in southern California, are maintained at present levels.

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