Carlyn Kranking

Carlyn Kranking

Carlyn Kranking is a senior at Northwestern University studying journalism and environmental policy. From writing about climate change to studying conservation in Australia, she does whatever she can to learn about environmental issues. Previously, she has worked for North by Northwestern, In Our Nature and The Connection Newspapers.


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Maj. Sonia Walker, 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron aerial reconnaissance weather officer, verifies the dropsonde data is accurate before sending it via satellite to the National Hurricane Center. Photo by Rachel Becker for CalMatters

Drought or dangerous flooding? Research aims to tame atmospheric river risks — and save California’s rain

Sebastopol residents Joseph Mastrolia and his children Domino, 13, left and Talulah, 11 cheer during a Bernie Sanders campaign rally in Richmond, CA on February 17, 2020. Photo by Anne Wernikoff for CalMatters

If California polls hold, only Bernie Sanders would win any delegates chosen by statewide vote