Suzanne Goldenberg

Suzanne Goldenberg is the Guardian's American environment correspondent.

The Race to Reclaim Louisiana's Vanishing Coastline

The world’s fastest-submerging state is looking to nature in an ambitious plan to turn back the tide—and to BP to fund it.

U.S. East Coast Cities Face Frequent Flooding Due to Climate Change

Cities on America’s East Coast could see triple the number of tidal floods by 2030 as sea levels rise.

Californians Will Have to Get Comfortable With Purified 'Toilet-to-Tap' Water

The golden state's historic drought is forcing residents to reconsider the "yuck factor" of wastewater re-use.

Inside the Huge Solar Farm That Powers Apple's iCloud

Apple has a wide-ranging plan to keep its ever-expanding empire green—but it has a few holes.

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Already Collapsing

Two separate studies confirm its loss is inevitable and will cause up to four meters of additional sea-level rise.

Why Cities Are Key to Fighting Climate Change

Urban areas will be disproportionately impacted by rising sea levels and severe weather. Luckily, they're leading the resilience effort.

Superstorms Like Sandy Might Be Less Likely to Hit New York City, Thanks to Climate Change

Scientists expect stronger hurricanes. But according to a new study, the East Coast is at lower risk of a direct hit.

A River in Retreat: In Two Weeks, the Mississippi Could Shut Down

The worst drought in half a century has brought water levels close to historic lows.