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Herdsmen cross a tributary of Lake Chad on March 5, 2015. Lake Chad has shrunk 95% over the past four decades. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

(Bloomberg View) — California is not unique in experiencing a destructive feedback loop in which declining water resources are devoted to energy production, and energy is required to transport water where it is increasingly scarce. Throughout much of the U.S. and the world, we manage water and energy as if they were unrelated. In reality, they are Siamese twins.

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