December 15, 2021 | Stanford Law School | News
Stanford research looks at drought, wildfires and smoke and the growing risks of climate change in the Golden State.
October 27, 2021 | Water in the West | News
Stanford water experts discuss lessons learned from previous droughts, imperatives for infrastructure investment and pathways for the state to achieve dramatically better conservation and reuse of its most precious resource.
April 26, 2021 | Smart Water Magazine | News
An op-ed in Smart Water Magazine from Newsha Ajami outlines three transformation ideas to consider as communities rebound from the pandemic, address recent infrastructure failures and plan for the future.
April 21, 2021 | Water in the West | News
Using a new computer framework, scientists are able to project future floodwaters under a changing climate. The approach could help California water managers plan for and redirect floodwaters toward groundwater aquifers, alleviating both flood and drought risks.
April 08, 2021 | CalMatters | News
While California’s landmark Sustainable Groundwater Management Act promised comprehensive protection of the state’s groundwater, significant gaps remain in its coverage.
March 23, 2021 | Water in the West | News
Naming priorities such as better land management, an evolved portfolio of 21st-century solutions and more funding for research and development, Stanford experts highlight areas central to success as the Biden-Harris administration aims its sights on safeguarding U.S. drinking water.
March 22, 2021 | Program on Water, Health & Development | News
Stanford researchers are revealing water’s many - and sometimes surprising - benefits.
March 08, 2021 | Water in the West | News
Stanford postdoctoral scholar Philip Womble examines whether proposed changes to water rights laws alleviate obstacles to more efficient and affordable water market transactions.
March 03, 2021 | The Bill Lane Center for the American West | News
Q&A with Barton “Buzz” Thompson three months after the first market trades of California water futures, a conversation about economic forces and an essential material for life.
February 19, 2021 | Stanford School of Engineering | News
Urban Monterey and agricultural Salinas have developed a first-of-its-kind water recycling program that takes a sustainable approach to overcoming the challenge of water scarcity.