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How We Survive
How We Survive
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The Colorado River feeds us and powers our lives, irrigating millions of acres of farmland and generating billions of kilowatt-hours in hydroelectric... more

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“Burning Questions” is back!

Have you ever wondered where it’s safe to buy (or rent) a home? Maybe you’re looking to make more environmentally... more

20 Jun 2024 · 2 minutes
The Worth of Water

The Colorado River, vital to the American West, faces a crisis as demand surpasses its supply due to rising temperatures... more

15 Apr 2024 · 51 minutes
Send us your climate questions!

We are working on another season of our series Burning Questions and we want to hear from you! What are... more

03 Apr 2024 ·
Introducing: Ripple (bonus episode)

We have a special episode for you today. We’re sharing an episode of the new podcast from APM Studios and... more

25 Jan 2024 · 56 minutes
Is composting really doing anything? (Bonus episode from “The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast”)

Participate in the cycle of life and sequester some carbon while you’re at it — even if you don’t have... more

10 Jan 2024 · 11 minutes
A thanks and a note from Amy

13 Dec 2023 · 1 minute
Rights of Rivers

The Colorado River has been carved up and relentlessly fought over for decades. But has anyone ever asked what the... more

06 Dec 2023 · 32 minutes
Water, water, everywhere

As water supplies in the west dry up, finding solutions is critical. The good news is that water is all... more

29 Nov 2023 · 25 minutes
Betting on Conservation

Las Vegas is a fantastical Disneyland for adults in the middle of the desert. It features fabulous displays of water... more

22 Nov 2023 · 28 minutes
The Price of Paradise

When Leigh Harris and her husband, Franck Avril, moved into their dream home, Leigh said she felt like the luckiest... more

15 Nov 2023 · 34 minutes
Groundwater Wars

Kingman, Arizona, a small farming town in the desert, is a cautionary tale in the West’s water crisis. About a decade... more

08 Nov 2023 · 33 minutes
Rewriting the Rules

The city of Albuquerque exists in part because of the Azotea Tunnel, a massive infrastructure project that effectively rerouted part... more

01 Nov 2023 · 35 minutes
Stolen River

Over a century after its namesake river — the Gila — was stolen by colonization, the Gila River Indian Community... more

25 Oct 2023 · 32 minutes
The $80 Million Acre

Buckeye, Arizona, is a small city with dreams of becoming “the next Phoenix.” It’s one of the fastest-growing cities in... more

18 Oct 2023 · 32 minutes
Introducing “How We Survive: The Worth of Water”

The Colorado River is the lifeblood of the American West. Millions of people rely on it to live. But we’re... more

11 Oct 2023 · 3 minutes
Burning Questions: Can AI save the planet?

When it comes to solving the climate crisis, artificial intelligence can be a powerful tool, but it comes with some... more

27 Sep 2023 · 22 minutes
Burning Questions: Can we eat our way out of the climate crisis?

Do my food choices really matter? What about solutions like composting? In this installment of Burning Questions, NYT’s food journalist... more

20 Sep 2023 · 20 minutes
Burning Questions: Should we blow it all up?

Some climate activists think it’s time to ramp up their efforts by vandalizing multimillion-dollar artworks and even sabotaging key infrastructure. ... more

13 Sep 2023 · 22 minutes
Burning Questions: Can I be fashionable without hurting the planet?

Is it really that bad to buy a shirt from a fast fashion company? How can I tell if a... more

06 Sep 2023 · 27 minutes
Introducing “How We Survive’s” Burning Questions

Ever wonder how our food choices impact the climate? Or how to make smarter selections when it comes to buying... more

30 Aug 2023 · 1 minute
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Burning Questions: Should we blow it all up?
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Some climate activists think it’s time to ramp up their efforts by vandalizing multimillion-dollar artworks and even sabotaging key infrastructure.  Should activists... more