Local urban water experts discuss a range of supply and demand tactics used to build drought resilience in cities in the Bay Area.
The Colorado River is a crucial water source for seven states and Mexico. We talked to an expert about how to balance priorities in managing the river.
California’s forested watersheds are feeling the effects of drought and fire suppression practices that encourage overly dense stands of trees.
Rivers that flow to the sea bring a host of benefits to people and ecosystems. A scientist explains.
A look at how laws designed to protect California’s aquatic environment functioned during this drought.
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