Daniel Johnson, Raquel Partelli Feltrin: Trees are dying of thirst in the Western drought – here’s what’s going on inside their veins
Like humans, trees need water to survive on hot, dry days, and they can survive for only short times under extreme heat and dry conditions.
June 30, 2021 · 5 Comments
Derrick Z. Jackson: There’s No Compromising on Science When it Comes to Protecting the Nation’s Rivers and Streams
Unlike the previous administration, the Biden administration must prioritize science and water quality over the demands of big industry.
May 28, 2021 · 2 Comments
Debra Perrone, Scott Jasechko: Water wells are at risk of going dry in the US and worldwide
Households already are running out of well water in the Central Valley and southeastern Arizona. Beyond the Southwest, wells have been running dry in states as diverse as Maine, Illinois and Oregon.
May 13, 2021 · Leave a comment
Andreea Sterea: The Looming U.S. Water Crisis
America is going through a water crisis, and we’re going to face even more dire times if it doesn’t begin to change soon.
January 2, 2020 · Leave a comment
How Boston Protects Its Water Supply
Boston came out on top of this year’s tap water taste test, an annual competition hosted by the American Water Works Association—a network of more than 50,000 water professionals charged … Continue reading →