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.
As the West approaches another dry summer, firefighters are managing prescribed burns — and getting vaccinated.
Nevada is predicted to keep getting drier.
As more winter precipitation is falling as rain instead of snow, it’s changing how much water flows into reservoirs. It turns out it might be changing how much water trees can drink, too.