News

Find out the latest news about western water and climate change, with articles, interviews with Carpe Diem West network leaders, and press.

Westerners & Conservation Values – A Reality Check - An Interview with Harris Sherman

It is high time for some Congressional representatives from the West to understand that their constituents want to preserve, not dissipate, these national landscapes. In this interview, Harris co...

Read More
Water is Life – Hot Geography: Lessons from the frontline of the climate, water, and health crisis in the American West

Local leadership in addressing the climate crisis is more important than ever before. Join us to hear about the successes and lessons learned from areas dealing with some of the worst climate-related ...

Read More
Drought, Equity & Fish - An interview with Amanda Ford

This report is important because it serves as a touch point for people to point to and share, that shows the differential impacts across communities, especially communities of color and low-income...

Read More
The Battle Continues for Clean Drinking Water in the Central Valley

California lawmakers are stuck on Trump, but there's a problem at home that needs attention: dirty water. What’s heard about a lot less is that hundreds of thousands of people — mostly low income...

Read More
Take the National Young Farmer Survey today and tell Congress and the nation that #FarmersCount!

The survey is conducted every five years by the National Young Farmers Coalition (NYFC) in order to understand and elevate the issues that matter most to young farmers and aspiring farmers. The r...

Read More