by Sydney Pereira Jul 13, 2016
Australia is home to over 6 percent of the world's mangroves. Massive die-offs like this could damage the coastline ecosystems.
by Joe Romm May 31, 2016
Some say Donald Trump has lost touch with reality. I would never do that, but I would offer a theory for how that could have happened.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso May 19, 2016
The Salton Sea, California's largest lake, is evaporating and close to a tipping point that could harm fish, wildlife, and more than a million people.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor May 5, 2016
Animal lovers have a new villain in Zimbabwe — climate change.
by Natasha Geiling May 4, 2016
Can the California drought's most infamous scapegoat convince consumers it's actually sustainable?
by Cory Herro May 3, 2016
The drought and blistering heat, some 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, has claimed 300 lives since early April.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 15, 2016
“We’ve had droughts before, but never like this," said Mirene Raymond, a 69-year-old rice farmer.
by Joe Romm Apr 11, 2016
A deeply flawed new study tries to challenge the basic scientific understanding that "wet areas are likely to get wetter and dry areas drier in a warmer world."
by Mary Ellen Kustin -- Guest Contributor Mar 22, 2016
Much of the western United States is in its 16th consecutive year of drought, and some water users in the Colorado River Basin may experience cuts in water deliveries in the coming months.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 18, 2016
Severe droughts and floods, linked to this year's unusually strong El Niño, have caused food insecurity for nearly 100 million people around the world.