Stream restoration beset by lack of money and workers.
Experts cite complicated operating systems, competing government agencies, rigid guidelines and climate change
Pace of transition has accelerated, deepened and broadened
“Snowtography” captures how the snowpack can vary dramatically across short distances
The river is in decline, suffering from overuse, drought and contentious water rights negotiations.
Utah’s immense Great Salt Lake has receded in recent years, revealing the microbial reefs crucial to its ecosystem.
A strong El Niño is coming. It sounds ominous. But what does that actually mean?
Water inequality in the United States goes hand in hand with the dark legacy of colonization, systematic racism, and efforts to wipe out Indigenous cultures.
Around the world, water engineering projects have caused large-scale ecological damage that governments now are spending heavily to repair.
State designates aquifers 'natural infrastructure' to boost funding for water supply, flood control, wildlife habitat