Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg is the U.S. environment correspondent of the Guardian.

Climate & Energy

A Texan tragedy: Ample oil, no water

The fracking boom in Texas sucks away precious water from beneath the ground, leaving cattle dead, farms bone-dry, and people thirsty.

Business & Technology

Google hosts fundraiser for climate-denying Sen. Jim Inhofe

The lunch, priced at $250 to $2,500, is the second show of support from Google for the anti-climate cause in recent weeks.

Climate & Energy

Josh Fox’s “Gasland II” to expose power politics of fracking

The sequel of an Oscar-nominated film on the natural gas boom puts the focus on climate change, the oil lobby, and the U.S. government.

Climate & Energy

America’s first climate refugees: How climate change eats the Alaskan coast

Climate change has accelerated the normal process of erosion along Alaska's rivers and coasts.

Climate & Energy

America’s first climate refugees: “It’s happening now … The village is sinking”

Residents of Newtok, Alaska, know they must evacuate, but who will pay the $130 million cost of moving them?

Climate & Energy

America’s first climate refugees: Can a baked Alaska deny climate change?

From Palin to Parnell, Alaska's politicians have struggled to reconcile policy with actuality.

Climate & Energy

America’s first climate refugees: One family’s great escape

Jeff and Lisa Charles -- and their six children -- lead the evacuation of Newtok, Alaska, to their new home in Mertarvik.

Climate & Energy

America’s first climate refugees

Newtok, Alaska, is losing ground to the sea at a dangerous rate and for its residents, exile is inevitable.

Climate & Energy

Drought that ravaged U.S. crops likely to worsen in 2013, forecast warns

NOAA predicts a tough spring for already struggling farmers as growing demand for water leaves U.S. more exposed to dry seasons.