Articles by Jake Bittle
Jake Bittle is a staff writer at Grist who covers climate impacts and adaptation. His book about climate migration is forthcoming from Simon & Schuster.
The Louisiana city’s stalled hurricane recovery reveals the limits of federal disaster policy.
As the West's megadrought continues, communities reliant on hydroelectric power — including tribes and rural towns — face shortages.
Thanks to Colorado River cuts, hundreds of residents on the outskirts of Phoenix are “the canary in the coal mine.”
A new study projects that the number of Americans exposed to flooding will double in 30 years. Development is largely to blame.