The idea that the world is overpopulated has led to some disastrous policy attempts around the world to limit population growth.
Sustainable houses can look quite normal and achieve carbon emission cuts, water conservation, and long-term cost savings.
The only tropical forest in the U.S. houses endangered species and sources half of the water supply for the San Juan metro area.
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?
Resource-rich nations show repetitive patterns of governmental and economic malaise. But it may be misleading to attribute a country’s problems to just one factor.
We often regulate natural resources separately. As climate change shows the interconnections between resources, should we shift our approach?