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.
Are the feds sacrificing endangered salmon to help potato farmers?
Tribes say the decision to reduce water flow "has more to do with potatoes than it does fish.”
Report: World’s fossil fuel subsidies surged to $1 trillion after Ukraine invasion
European Union countries spent big to fight rising costs.
There’s a deal to save the Colorado River — if California doesn’t blow it up
The plan would cut water use on the river by roughly a quarter, drying up farms and subdivisions across the Southwest.
California’s next flood could destroy one of its most diverse cities. Will lawmakers try to save it?
Climate change could submerge Stockton beneath 10 feet of water. The city's aging levees aren't prepared.