According to California's Fourth Climate Change Assessment, average daily highs in the state's inland deserts could increase as much as 14 degrees this century if greenhouse gas emissions keep rising.
The booming succulent market is creating wide-scale theft of cacti from national parks. Can microchip tracking solve the problem?
A multi-institutional research team used the power of open-access databases to predict the conservation status of more than 150,000 plants.
A dispatch from the fourth annual youth-led Uplift Climate Conference in New Mexico.
On The 25th anniversary of the book "Cadillac Desert," we look at the work of an earlier Cassandra of Western water shortages, explorer John Wesley Powell.