NASA Predicts ‘Megadroughts’ Due To Climate Change

Newsy: A new NASA study found that parts of the U.S. are at risk for Megadroughts during the second half of this century because of climate change. These droughts would hit the American southwest and great plains, and would be the worst the country has seen in the past 1,000 years. Over the past four years, droughts in California and the southwest have cost the area billions of dollars in agricultural losses, fire damage and lost jobs. NASA climate scientist Ben Cook says these naturally occurring......

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