April Showers Bring May…

This post is part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC and American Rivers to guide state action on climate and water preparedness. Please join us for a one-hour webinar on May 14 at 3pm EDT, where we’ll provide highlights from our new guide, and state officials from California… Read more »

Growing Algal Blooms Pose Public Health Risks

This post is part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC and American Rivers to guide state action on climate and water preparedness. This guest post is by Ben Chou, policy analyst at NRDC, as part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC… Read more »

Floods, Droughts and Agriculture

This post is part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC and American Rivers to guide state action on climate and water preparedness. Please join us for a one-hour webinar on May 14 at 3pm EDT, where we’ll provide highlights from our new guide and state officials from California… Read more »

Upper Flint River Working Group

click the image to enlarge As part of our work on water supply and healthy flows in Southeastern rivers, American Rivers is engaged in a multi-year project to assess low-flow problems in the upper Flint River system of west-central Georgia. A key element of our project in the upper Flint is to help convene an… Read more »

As Flooding Risks Rise, Communities Can Take Steps to Prepare

This post is part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC and American Rivers to guide state action on climate and water preparedness.  This guest post is by Ben Chou, policy analyst at NRDC, as part of a blog series for Getting Climate Smart, a joint effort by NRDC… Read more »

Rivers Endangered in the Face of Climate Change

Take Action to Protect theSan Saba River Tell decision makers to protect the flows of the San Saba River! Drought.  A word that has been spread across news headlines, felt by cities, and argued about between upstream and downstream farm communities.  Last year’s drought affected 65% of the country, specifically impacting over 2000 counties.  While… Read more »