The Cochise County Groundwater Wars
A thirsty megafarm is driving a libertarian enclave in Arizona to embrace a radical solution: government regulation.
How a Utah utility is helping an Estonian oil company hoard Colorado River water
$10 for 3.2 billion gallons of water? A loophole in Utah law could enable the country’s first commercial oil mining operation.
Cities want more trees. Drought is complicating their efforts.
As water resources dwindle, Western communities are investing in new ways to ensure young trees survive.
The West’s biggest source of renewable energy depends on water. Will it survive the drought?
Glen Canyon and the Hoover Dam are “not the whole story.”
Snow loss is fueling the West’s megadrought
Here’s how snow drought works.
How California’s Salton Sea went from vacation destination to toxic nightmare
And why the shrinking lake might be key to meeting America's clean energy goals.
The rebirth of Hiware Bazar
How a drought-stricken community in India became a “village of millionaires”
In Oregon, farmers are revamping century-old irrigation canals to stem water loss
Converting irrigation ditches into pipelines can save water — and create a new source of renewable energy.
Historic famine looms as drought grips East Africa
Four failed rainy seasons and supply chain disruptions threaten millions with food insecurity.
Northeast drought endangers Massachusetts’ cranberry harvest
Another year of erratic weather means cranberry farmers are facing slim margins and tough decisions.