Carpe Diem West staff and advisors explore issues related to western water and climate change.
With fire seasons getting longer and more severe, relying on public funds to maintain forest health is increasingly unsustainable. ~Todd Gartner Guest bloggers Todd Gartner, Senior Associate; M...Read More
The ripple effects of climate change harm human health, hurt local economies and can tear asunder a community’s social cohesion. ~ Jalonne White-Newsome There's a great blog post by Jalonne White-N...Read More
Carpe Diem West’s Dr. Doug Kenney and his colleagues Colorado River Research Group (CRRG) have just published a new report: “Innovations in Agricultural Water Conservation and Use: Fertile Ground...Read More
Last week found us on the phone with a bunch of incredibly brave, resilient water justice campaigners for a long-scheduled messaging call. Of course, we tweaked the content. Even as the Trump b...Read More