The Bureau of Land Management plans to capture at least 22,000 wild horses and burros — nearly doubling the number they captured in 2021.
This podcast explores the everyday issues of climate change. Each episode features a conversation with an expert on the topic. Season one is all about wildfires!
Acres burned in California wildfires have shown an increasing trend over the past decade. 2020 had double the acres burned of any previous year over the past decade. 2021 is already over halfway to equaling 2020’s numbers, and it’s only mid-September.
With climate change making the Sierra Nevada receive less moisture and become warmer, agriculture in the region will have to learn to adapt to the new conditions.
Climate change has resulted in a severe decline in butterfly populations over the past forty years that is likely to continue.
Nevada is predicted to keep getting drier.
A proposed gold mine at the headwaters of the East Fork South Fork Salmon River has sparked outrage among conservationists, due to the extreme environmental impacts of the mine
With a warming climate and changing weather patterns, it might be time to update the federal reservoir-level rules that dictate how much water can be kept in some western U.S. reservoirs during winter.
People keep buying electric vehicles, and Nevada continues to build infrastructure to support the shift away from internal-combustion transportation. The shift reduces green-house gas emission.
A project to restore a damaged meadow in the Sierra Nevada shows the possibilities for improving an important mountain ecosystem. It can also store precious groundwater as climate change shrinks mountain snowpack, a vital source of fresh water in the American West.