Everyone has a groundwater story.
But a lukewarm response in the world’s technology capital.
It was business as usual for many climate indicators.
A year of water planning reaches the halfway point.
Water is largely ignored in a report about U.S. economic risks of climate change.
Basic scientific research is not glamorous.
Carbon dioxide released here can drive climate change elsewhere.
On the tundra, climate change is just one careless step away.
COB reporter Codi Kozacek travels above the Arctic Circle.
The decision pits energy development against river protection in one of the world’s evocative places.
Cities are ecosystems too.
Ubiquitous water trucks are a guide to Peru’s swelling metropolis.
Researchers use new technology to gather data in rugged terrain.
The largest city in California’s San Joaquin Valley is transforming its water system, at a significant cost.
Farm data galore – by county and state, as well as nationally.
As temperatures heat up and water supplies dwindle, Governor Jerry Brown’s third drought order deals with lawns, laws, and emergency response.
Regardless of drought, the San Joaquin faces key decisions this year, according to American Rivers.
Queensland’s rush to build desalination and recycled water facilities is a cautionary tale.
An American landslide as a global metaphor.
Rain and snow are falling today, but the winter of 2013-14 was historically hot and dry.