Coastal Flooding Is Erasing Billions in Property Value as Sea Level Rises. That's Bad News for Cities. Inside Climate News

Everglades in crisis: can this Florida treasure avert an environmental tragedy? The Guardian

An interactive exploration of the geography of prosperity. Brookings

As Climate Changes, Southern States Will Suffer More Than Others. New York Times (BRAD PLUMER and NADJA POPOVICH), JUNE 29, 2017.

Disturbing before-and-after images show what major US cities could look like in the year 2100. Business Insider (Melia Robinson), Apr. 22, 2018.

The Water Wars of Arizona. New York Times Magazine (Noah Gallagher Shannon), July 19, 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/19/magazine/the-water-wars-of-arizona.html

Sharing water across borders can get complicated — and expensive. American Public Media, Marketplace (Lizzie O'Leary), July 21, 2017.

In a warming world, the fight for water can push nations apart—or bring them together. Quartz (Zoë Schlanger, Naveena Sadasivam, Daniel Wolfe & David Yanofsky), August 16, 2018.

‘Exchange Pools’: Los Angeles Provides Innovative Groundwater Strategy. Water Deeply (William Blomquist, Mark Gold, Stephanie Pincetl, Kathryn Mika, Erik Porse), Aug. 23, 2018.

Phoenix is trying to fight deadly heat — and we should all take note. Vice News (Sarah Sax), Sep 5, 2018.

The Rio Grande Is Dying. Does Anyone Care? New York Times (Richard Parker, Opinion), Sept. 8, 2018.

By 2040, most of the world won’t have enough water to meet demand year-round. What happens when we run out of an invaluable resource? We tackle the crisis on this week’s episode of our Netflix show, Explained. Vox (Lexie Schapitl), Sep 12, 2018.

SNWA – and Sisolak – keep ‘water grab’ alive. Nevada Current (Jeniffer Solis), September 13, 2018.

The Weather Channel’s viral demo shows ‘worst-case scenario’ of storm surge. Washington Post (Peter Holley), September 14, 2018.

In a Country So Dry Even Cows Take Showers, Climate Change Gets Ignored. Bloomberg (Michael Heath, Emily Cadman, and Jason Scott), September 26, 2018.

As Storms Keep Coming, FEMA Spends Billions in ‘Cycle’ of Damage and Repair. New York Times (Kevin Sack and John Schwartz), Oct. 8, 2018.

For a Struggling Oyster Town, Hurricane Michael May Be One Misery Too Many. New York Times (Patricia Mazzei), Oct. 12, 2018.

Confronting the Costs of Coastal Land Loss. Route Fifty (Laura Maggi), November 8, 2018.

Houston’s refineries and plants are vulnerable to hurricanes. Will a $32 billion plan save them from flooding? Marketplace (Travis Bubenik), November 27, 2018.

This town is like thousands that are vulnerable to contaminated water, with no fix in sight. CNN (Sara Ganim), November 28, 2018.

Watch the strange growth of Los Angeles, from 1877 to 2000. Curbed: Los Angeles (Adrian Glick Kudler), Nov 30, 2018.

El Paso to drink treated sewage water due to climate change drought. CNN (Nadia Kounang), November 30, 2018.

THIS RIVER IS TOO TOXIC TO TOUCH, AND PEOPLE LIVE RIGHT NEXT TO IT. Desert Sun (IAN JAMES), DEC. 5, 2018.

What you know about the American south and climate change is wrong. The Guardian (Megan Mayhew Bergman), Dec. 6, 2018.

Trump administration poised to strip protections from up to two-thirds of California streams and millions of acres nationwide. Los Angeles Times (EVAN HALPER), DEC 10, 2018.

Harvard Quietly Amasses California Vineyards—and the Water Underneath. THE WALL STREET JOURNAL (RUSSELL GOLD), Dec. 10, 2018.

Cities Prepare to Face New Disasters. New York Times (John Schwartz), Dec. 13, 2018.

The West’s Great River Hits Its Limits: Will the Colorado Run Dry? Yale Environment360 (JIM ROBBINS), JANUARY 14, 2019.

Why people in the US south stay put in the face of climate change. The Guardian (Megan Mayhew Bergman), Jan. 24, 2019.

The Environmental Issue Republicans Can’t Ignore: Red-state governors are focusing on water issues—which could be a bridge to climate change. The Atlantic (Cynthia Barnett), JAN 30, 2019.

Colorado River deal in question as top federal water official tells California and Arizona: 'Close isn't done'. Arizona Republic (Ian James), Feb. 1, 2019.