Why you should give a damn about America’s dams
This summer’s unprecedented floods across the U.S. highlight how a massive piece of infrastructure — the nation’s 90,000-plus dams — can play the role of hero or villain in these climate-enhanced calamities.
Tribes, Industry Groups Reach Deal to Boost U.S. Hydroelectric Power
The Wall Street Journal reports on an agreement reached through the Uncommon Dialogue on hydropower and river conservation with tribes and industry and environmental groups.
Environmentalists and dam operators, at war for years, start making peace
Facing a climate crisis, environmental groups and industry agree to work together to bolster hydropower while reducing harm from dams.
Hydropower making sustainability gains with fish-safe turbines
The hydro industry has set an example of working collaboratively to maintain renewable energy production while improving environmental outcomes.