In an effort to prop up water levels at Lake Powell, water managers are negatively impacting recreation on Colorado’s biggest man-made lake.
A federal agency aims to offset rising costs linked to Lake Powell’s inability to produce as much hydropower due to drought.
There has always been extreme weather, but human-caused global warming can increase extreme weather’s frequency and severity.
A state group examining water speculation identified eight ideas to stop water hoarding, but failed to provide legislative recommendations.
Water-related hazards can be exceptionally destructive, and the impact of climate change on water-related disasters is increasingly evident.
A repeat of dry conditions in 2021 is making Colorado’s continuing drought across swaths of the state’s Western Slope even more devastating.
Despite a drought and below-normal reservoir levels, communities remain split on permanent outdoor watering restrictions.
Scientists are exploring how droughts can lead to chronically dry soil that sucks up more water than normal in the American West.
The crisis on the Colorado River is not waiting for the state of Colorado to develop a program to avoid water shortages.
Colorado could need 750,000 acre-feet of new water supplies by 2050 for its growing population, but how to store that water isn’t clear.