Drought shines light on NM climate change

Silver City Sun-News: The current six-year drought in our area is demonstrating the effects of climate change in New Mexico. Farmers have been hit especially hard, with severely reduced irrigation allotments, and the Rio Grande is conspicuously dry over extended times and reaches. We need to learn what can be done about climate change, either to slow it down or to help us to deal with its effects. Much work has been done already, so an important national hearing on climate change on Sept. 18 should have experts as......

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