by Natasha Geiling Posted on May 26, 2015
In exchange for cutting water use by 25 percent or leaving part of their land unplanted, the state has agreed to not seek further growing season reductions.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on May 21, 2015
Water cuts are expected to begin Friday for California's most senior water rights holders.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on May 14, 2015
Following a lawsuit, four Washington state dairy operations have agreed to make sweeping changes. Could it spur a national change?
by Samantha Page Posted on May 12, 2015
Breaking the cycle of deforestation in the Amazon is critical to fighting climate change.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on May 8, 2015
Researchers have found that a commonly-used hormone persists in the environment longer and in higher concentrations than previously thought.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on May 5, 2015
Chevron is selling recycled oil wastewater to California farmers, but some environmental groups are raising concerns about the water's safety.
California's farmers literally feed the country. If we want to talk about their water problems, we also need to talk about our food problems.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on April 30, 2015
The study looked at climate and coffee crop data from the last 60 years, and found that warmer nighttime temperatures are already hurting coffee yields.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on April 29, 2015
Three years ago, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack wouldn't talk about climate change. Now, it's one of the USDA's top priorities.
by Natasha Geiling Posted on April 23, 2015
The USDA measures are voluntary, incentive based, and seek to reduce overall emissions in the United States 2 percent by 2025.