From Climate Transition to Market Transformation

Two weekends ago, a Bomb Cyclone and an Atmospheric River converged on California, bringing heavy rains, flash floods, snow in the mountains and 8 Trillion Gallons of rain. Personally, I hadn’t heard of an atmospheric river before, but learned from NOAA that they have the potential to transport 7.5-15 times more water than the average flow at the mouth of the Mississippi River. This was welcome news to the parched Western U.S., which has been struggling with increasing aridity and drought.