The Stream, June 1: The Fight For Australia’s Food

Switching to a low-carbon global economy could create a net gain…

Fossil Fuel Boom Shakes Ohio, Spurring Torrent of Investment and Worry Over Water

Ohio’s shale oil and gas fortunes point up. By Keith…

The Stream, January 4: China’s Largest Freshwater Lake Shrinks

Poyang Lake, China's largest freshwater lake, currently has less…

The Stream, December 7: The Shale Gas Boom

Global carbon emissions are likely to continue increasing at…

Peter Gleick and Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins: Jobs and Water for America

Every year, our old water infrastructure spills 860 million gallons of untreated waste into America’s waterways, including raw or partially treated sewage, bacteria, parasites, synthetic hormones, pharmaceuticals, and agricultural wastes.

Peter Gleick: ‘Drought Impacts on Unemployment Are Grossly Overstated’

Thus concludes a new comprehensive assessment of the impacts of the drought on Central Valley unemployment.