“Nobody is counting it, and nobody is moving in the direction of counting it.”
Sporadic, intense rain events and soil conditions affect the region’s ability to recover from hot and dry weather.
There’s a deal to save the Colorado River—if California doesn’t blow it up
Emissions will climb further, the economy is in peril, and it's only January.
Researchers can now pinpoint when our influence on the earth’s environment began.
As a fourth-year medical student, I can’t help but worry about my ability to care for my patients in an age of climate change.
More than ever, the world’s ways of keeping hunger at bay are taking a pounding as food shocks become more frequent
The global water supply is dwindling and, once again, climate change is to blame.
The university is buying up vineyards and their valuable water rights.
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