by Ryan Koronowski Oct 7, 2015
The state faces what will surely be billions of dollars in damages once the waters recede and it attempts to rebuild and replace lost property.
by Josh Israel Aug 24, 2015
"The levee situation was worse than New Orleans in Sacramento before Katrina. Now it's of course worse."
by Emily Atkin May 27, 2015
Scientists would not say the flooding was caused by climate change, but agreed that similar events would become more likely in a warmer world.
by Samantha Page May 25, 2015
No longer in extreme drought, parts of Texas have seen more than a foot of rainfall this week.
by Emily Atkin Dec 29, 2014
Pets and livestock have been called the “silent victims” of flooding, often forgotten in the chaos of evacuation and looked for later.
by Katie Valentine Aug 18, 2014
The river provides crucial resources to agriculture, tourism and water supplies along its route.
by Joanna M. Foster Jul 24, 2014
Severe thunderstorms have tamed record-breaking fires in Washington state, but now the threat of flash floods and landslides is growing in burned out areas.
by Jeff Spross Jul 21, 2014
City planners are grappling with many of the threats and possibilities for mitigating them, from streets that can double as canals to underground cisterns and floating buildings.
by Jeff Spross Jul 16, 2014
If you’re not a scientist, presumably you should listen to people who are when grappling with climate change.
by Joanna M. Foster Jun 26, 2014
Just hours before the highly anticipated World Cup match-up between the U.S. and Germany is scheduled to begin, the host city of Recife, Brazil has been slammed by torrential rains