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All of California is officially in drought, according to the April 22 edition of the U.S. Drought Monitor.
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As drought worsens in the western US, Cambrian Innovations aims to reduce water consumption and cost while producing energy
InsideClimate News -- Thanks to climate change, extreme weather disasters have hammered the United States with increasing frequency in recent years—from drought and wildfires to coastal storms and flooding.
L.A. homeowners can trade green (lawns) for green (cash).
2012 brought extreme heat and drought. But that's nothing to what's around the corner.
Temperatures are rising. Rainfalls are shifting. Droughts are intensifying. What will we eat when wheat won’t grow.
Drought is one of the environmental consequences of global warming - but it also has enormous financial repercussions.
Quietly whirring away in a dusty field in the Central Valley is a shiny solar energy machine that may someday solve many of California's water problems. [...]
Solar desalination just might help Central California farmers cope with drought.
The newfound aquifer contains enough water to quench Kenya for decades to come.
The historic drought of 2011 and 2012 cost more than $50bn, greater than the economic damage caused by hurricane Sandy. Unfortunately, NOAA predicts 2013 will be even worse.
Cermak Road in Chicago has earned the title “Greenest Street in America” through its use of landscaping, wind power, irrigation, drought-resistant native p...
Collecting rainwater is an ancient idea, but these days, the concept is coming back in advanced economies, especially in drought-stricken areas.