Proposed and under construction dams around the world are less likely to solve our energy problems but more likely to bring in problems like ecological damage, flooding, methane emissions, and even water wars.
The 2014 National River Cleanup Photo Contest is open for submissions! Here’s how you submit your photos.
We need rivers like the Yampa – to remind us how rivers are supposed to function, to demonstrate what is possible and to help us improve the management of other rivers in the Colorado Basin.
American Rivers’ president, Bob Irvin, joins part of the original National Geographic team to travel the length of the Rio Grande, to better understand the river from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of Mexico.Read More »
Time is winding down for New Mexico Governor Martinez and the Interstate Stream Commission to decide whether to move forward with a costly, unnecessary diversion project on the Gila; New Mexico’s last, free-flowing river.Learn More »
Colorado will need significantly more water by the year 2050. Much of this water has to come from a source that has not yet been identified. A need without a solution is a recipe for crisis.Read More »
You probably know the importance of clean water when it comes to your health, but did you know that clean water is also imperative to the health of our economy?Read More »