Droughts are a major impact of climate change and water shortages, crop failures, and wildfires. Why do they happen, and how can they be solved?
After every extreme weather event, tweets and headlines suggest climate change played a role. How does this process actually work?
The almond industry is water-intensive and reliant on pollinators, yet it operates in a state struggling to provide both of these resources.
Experts on food and climate discuss solutions for food and water crises as well as tips for journalists at a Covering Climate Now press briefing.
Climbing temperatures, heat warnings and advisories, and active wildfires across the U.S. start summer off on a sweltering start.
Arizona has faced a historic drought for several years. What does this water shortage mean for residents of the state?
When climate change shows water availability in Southern CA is only getting worse, is calling it an “emergency” giving false hope of an end?
Climate migration disproportionately affects developing countries in the Global South, but is also increasingly prevalent in the U.S.
Aerosols are a wide range of particles that affect precipitation and human health. Where do they come from, and what do we do about it?
The cocoa oligopoly is driving West African farmers into deep poverty, leading to deforestation and child labor. But there is a path forward.