September 29, 2022 | Water in the West | Insights
A Water in the West visiting researcher discusses climate-related perils facing migratory fish and the changes needed to save them from extinction.
September 06, 2022 | Water in the West | News
The San Joaquin Valley Cooperative Action Project, a broad-based coalition representing diverse groups of water users, seeks to change how the valley uses water.
August 30, 2022 | Water in the West | News
A Stanford University study analyzes water transactions that leave water in the river, and shows how they could be scaled up to avert cuts for major water users while supporting imperiled ecosystems.
August 18, 2022 | Water in the West | News
Felicia Marcus discusses how states can utilize nature-based solutions to help meet climate targets and water objectives while enjoying multiple other benefits.
July 07, 2022 | Capitol Weekly | Insights
Felicia Marcus discusses how the California Environmental Quality Act can help address the state's infrastructure shortcomings while minimizing impacts on communities and the environment.
June 02, 2022 | Stanford Earth Matters Magazine | News
A Stanford University study simulates 65 years of land subsidence, or sinking, caused by groundwater depletion in California’s San Joaquin Valley. The results suggest significant sinking may continue for centuries after water levels stop declining but could slow within a few years if aquifers recover.
February 14, 2022 | governing.com | Insights
There are successful models for leveraging natural systems to improve water quality and supplies, enhance biodiversity and blunt the ravages of wildfires. There’s even something we can learn from beavers.
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.