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The story of the American West is deeply rooted in the Colorado River, which delivers fresh water to 30 million people. For... more

Killing the Colorado

February 2017
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The reality of higher tides is hard to fathom because we think it happens slowly.  But seas rose about 8 inches during... more
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Rising Seas: Is San Francisco Ready?

September 2016
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The seas generate much of the oxygen we breathe and drive much of our weather. But most people know very little about the... more
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Sea Heroes: Extreme Edition

May 2016
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Climate One went on the road for a tour of the UN Climate Summit in Paris. We began in the diplomatic compound on the... more

Climate One in Paris

December 2015
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The drought in the American west is making people painfully aware of the food-water-energy nexus. Will this crisis finally... more
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Reinventing Water

July 2015
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“Droughts come and go,” began Greg Dalton at a recent Climate One discussion on California’s water wars. “Is this one... more
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Almonds and Lawns

June 2015
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In a few days, Californians will vote on a $7.12 billion water bond. Among other things, Proposition 1 would fund projects... more
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Water Politics

October 2014
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“We live in a 21st-century climate with a 20th-century infrastructure and 19th-century laws and policies.” That’s how Peter... more
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Chasing Water

October 2014
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When host Greg Dalton asked Felicia Marcus of the State Water Resources Control Board to put California’s current drought in... more
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Water Underfoot

August 2014
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From Egyptian irrigation systems to Roman aqueducts to the dikes and canals of The Netherlands, the world’s civilizations... more
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Aquatech

March 2014
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Swelling sea levels used to be a concern associated with future generations and faraway lands. Then Superstorm Sandy poured... more
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Rising Seas, Rising Costs

February 2014
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On the day of the Parched California program, the news was buzzing with threats of 2013 becoming California’s driest year on... more
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Parched California

November 2013
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The U.S. Department of Defense is the biggest user of fossil fuels in the world, and the Navy uses about one third of it.... more
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U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus

January 2014
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The ocean’s health is like someone who is middle-aged and has had too many burgers and smokes, according to Smithsonian... more
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Blue Economy

October 2013
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With 23 million Californians depending on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta for freshwater, everyone agrees the system is in... more
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The Bay Delta: A Grand Bargain?

October 2013
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With more than 40% of the world’s population living in coastal areas, the impacts of climate change are becoming... more
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Sea Surge

June 2013

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