Mexico has the opportunity for regime change, writes Pacific Council member Luis Rubio.
The Pacific Council's VP of Initiatives, Megan Karsh, summarizes the Water Scarcity Field Foray in Sacramento.
Panelists described river revitalization efforts around the world in a discussion with Pacific Council members and community members as Los Angeles looks to transform the LA River.
As the Salton Sea dries up, California can learn from the example of Iran’s Lake Urmia, writes Sarah Sieloff.
Anyone inclined to vote for the initiative to split California into three states should be particularly concerned with the implications for the state’s most critical resource: water, write Barton Thompson, Matt Kline, and Heather Welles.
Kurdish hydropolitics have reached a watershed moment where two distinct water futures are possible with implications for regional stability, writes Marcus DuBois King.
Pacific Council member Tara Paul discusses her passion for water rights and how our Global Water Scarcity Project can make an impact in the water space.
Even though all companies depend on water resources, just over half are actively managing their use, and many of those are in California, writes Kirsten James.
Experiences in California, as in Cape Town, demonstrate that the status quo is unsustainable. There is a need for a radical rethink of our relationship with water, writes Sarah Sieloff.
Cities must start planning ahead in order to avoid catastrophic water crises like the one now facing Cape Town, South Africa, writes Rachel Cardone.