While the media focuses on larger-scale challenges, small-scale, implementable solutions seem absent from the discussion. Small-scale solutions are beautiful because they often address both drought and flood problems. With one of the strongest El Niños on record developing in the Pacific, …
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While the attention of the world is on the refugee crisis we need to look at the causes of this mass exodus.
July was a scorcher, globally speaking. Last month was the warmest on record worldwide with many countries and the world’s oceans experiencing intense heat waves, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said today in a report.
Drought is becoming more prevalent and causing havoc for food producers around the globe.
Perhaps the catalyst could be a life-altering dearth of a critical resource that, until recently, most of us in the United States have taken for granted: water.
It’s getting harder and harder to separate nature’s role in disasters from our own, and the dire water predicament confronting São Paulo, Brazil, is no exception.
We often hear it said that climate change is too abstract to win the support needed to effectively combat it.
NASA's new report on the likelihood of megadrought in the Central and Western United States is a harsh yet timely wake-up call for cities.
It has been much debated whether climate change has been at work across California – and the western United States more generally.
A cold Arctic air mass swept southward across the high plains last Tuesday, its 50 mph winds dropping temperatures by 50 degrees overnight. Blowing over drought-parched farm soil, the wind created a huge dust storm in eastern Colorado, visible in striking photographs from space.