From the National Post– After years of “megadrought,” California experienced an abrupt reversal over the winter: record and sometimes punishing levels of rain and snowfall. But initial relief has turned to frustration at the state’s water management efforts as it struggles to cope both with climate change and with growing urban development that threatens water supplies. With concerns already high about drying water resources, recent storms and floods in the state have spurred fresh debate about whether a decades-old adaptation strategy – capturing and storing rain and snowmelt – could provide a sustainable solution in California, and across the nation. (more)