The states of Alabama, Florida and Georgia have been fighting over water for decades.
Water use around the city of Atlanta is causing problems downstream in Alabama and Florida.
The U.S. Supreme court sided with Georgia in a lawsuit with Florida earlier this year. But that doesn’t mean the water war is over. Alabama and Florida both accuse Georgia of using too much water.
“As human activity in the basin has grown it has put economic and ecologic stresses on the system," said Gordon Rogers, the Flint Riverkeeper in Georgia.