Water woes (and disagreements)

AIM: The National Climate Assessment attempted to personalize the impact on Americans of global climate change as the White House renews the effort to curb greenhouse emissions. And as it happens, a lead-author of the study lives in West Texas -- Katharine Hayhoe, a Texas Tech University climate scientist and evangelical Christian who believes man is changing the climate. She talked about what climate change means for West Texas in an interview this week with the Odessa American, and the skinny is:......

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