Drought should be considered and modeled as a process, including human–nature interactions, and not merely a product of water deficit.
Strengthening societal resilience by focusing on the interactions between natural hazards, the built environment, and human societies.
Multiple factors often interact to amplify the effects of severe storms, droughts, and other extreme water-related events.
Government-sponsored research and regulations enabled western U.S. states to clean up their air, despite industrial and population growth. Proposed funding cuts could undo this progress.
Amir AghaKouchak discusses how human activity affects water supply and the environment.