Tag Archives: floods
Houston’s aging flood reservoirs have seen two 100-year floods in as many years.
For the better part of a century, the Addicks and Barker dams have held back water that would have otherwise surged through Buffalo Bayou, the flood-prone water...Read More
The recent flooding in and around Houston is linked to climate change, which scientists say is leading to heavy rains and also more extreme droughts....Read More
The towering old cypress trees, dripping with Spanish moss and umber water, create an almost primordial backdrop for Uncertain, Texas, a place where time seems ...Read More
In 2015, we didn't have to fear acts of God — our disasters, fueled by climate change, were man-made.
Climatologists and other experts note that these cycles of heavy rain and intense drought are linked to climate change, which at this point is undoubtedly human...Read More
Adele Houghton, a Houston green-building expert, discusses how Texas businesses and governments can prepare for climate change, ...Read More