In New Mexico, Partners Collaborate to End Siege from Megafires
Initiative in the Rio Grande basin intends to thwart catastrophic wildfires that wreck watersheds.
Arizona’s future water shock
Smaller cities. Soaring water prices. Scorched desert towns.
Severe drought, dead wells and political division push Arizona steadily closer to water supply peril.
At Peak of Its Wealth and Influence, Arizona’s Desert Civilization Confronts A Reckoning Over...
Arizona’s powerful will to grow is challenged by extreme heat, deep drought, and serious water-related stress.
Will water unite us?
Water enjoys support that crosses political parties. Will it be a source of bipartisan collaboration in a time of divided politics?
Overlooked Army Corps rulemaking would shrink federal stream protections
Conservation groups and state regulators are alarmed by proposed changes to nationwide permits that authorize construction across streams and wetlands.
Who in the U.S. is in ‘plumbing poverty’? Mostly urban residents, study says
At least 1.1 million people in the United States do not have hot and cold running water in their house and a shower or tub for bathing.