Parts of California could receive more rain this week than they’ve gotten cumulatively over the past eight months. But the …
As Obama visits drought-stricken California, new ways to create fresh water are getting a second look
The rain isn’t falling, but the Golden State has has the tools to beat the drought
Scientists fear California’s long-ago era of mega-droughts could be back
There was no shortage of memorable weather events in 2013, but a new report says the human and financial cost from extreme events was surprisingly low. Why that likely won’t last
Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas is a water-intensive process—as critics love to point out. But by enabling the switch from thirsty coal to more efficient natural gas, fracking could be good for water scarcity
An unexpectedly early winter storm buried cattle ranchers in South Dakota. They’re trying to rebuild, but the shutdown in DC and the lack of a farm bill holds them back.
A wild year of weather in Colorado continues, with a lack of rain giving way to far too much. Is this what life in a warmer world will be like?
Thanks to population growth and climate change, water is becoming an ever more precious resources—putting extra emphasis on efficiency. How one beer company is getting more buzz from its water
The disastrous wildfire chewing through Yosemite National Park won’t be the last blaze of a hot, dry summer in the West. Why there are more fires to come