A 25-Year-Old Prediction of Water Scarcity in the Southwest Holds True, Study Finds

  • Published: Dec 20th, 2010

Armed with modern data, a team of scientists has revisited the Cadillac Desert and found the Southwest's water woes are as bad as ever.

Southwest Drought Predictions

Southwest Drought Predictions

  • Published: Dec 15th, 2010

Glen MacDonald, of UCLA, talks about the threat of drought in the Southwest and what it means for water supply.

How Do We Know: Groundwater

How Do We Know: Groundwater

  • Published: Nov 9th, 2010

NASA scientist Michael Watkins explains how satellites are used to monitor our changing global groundwater supplies.

How Do We Know: Ocean Acidification

How Do We Know: Ocean Acidification

  • Published: Oct 12th, 2010

The atmosphere isn't the only place carbon dioxide caused by human activity goes.

A Fly Fishing Guide Sees Trouble for Trout

A Fly Fishing Guide Sees Trouble for Trout

  • Published: Aug 31st, 2009

Craig Matthews, long-time fly-fishing guide, gives an eyewitness account of the changes he's seen in over thirty-plus years on the rivers around West Yellowstone, Montana.

A River Keeper’s View of Climate Change

A River Keeper’s View of Climate Change

  • Published: Jul 15th, 2009

Gordon Rogers, River Keeper of Georgia's Little Satilla River, shows us the impacts he sees in a precious ecosystem along Georgia's coast.

Georgia: Coal and Carbon

Georgia: Coal and Carbon

  • Published: May 19th, 2009

Coal generates carbon dioxide when combusted, which is causing the world to warm. In Georgia, a state that gets over 60 percent of its electricity from coal, some coastal residents are connecting the dots between coal and changes in the local ecology and economy attributed to global warming.