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Papaya recalls, drought and political candidates bring world closer to Armageddon.
San Antonio Current  |  Staff  |  08-01-2011  |  Disasters

The New Normalnew

The world’s climate has already changed. Now what?
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Laura Paskus  |  07-15-2011  |  Environment

New Mexico's Environmental Horrors Could Lead to a Scary Sci-Fi Futurenew

In New Mexico, environmental horrors abound. Corporations influence the government's ability to regulate environmental emergencies, people who might otherwise be allies have faced off against one another in battle, and climate change is already punching its tentacles into the Southwestern landscape.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Laura Paskus  |  10-29-2009  |  Environment

Conservation May be the Key to Georgia's Water Warsnew

Environmentalists say Georgia is overlooking a low-cost and common-sense approach that could save money, help the environment, and show metro Atlanta's downstream neighbors that it understands the dire situation. That solution is conservation.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Thomas Wheatley  |  08-25-2009  |  Environment

Photo Essay: Dry Harvest -- Growing Through a Tough Droughtnew

This summer, North Carolina farmers grappled with, and to varying degrees overcame, the dearth of water.
Mountain Xpress  |  Liz McCarthy  |  10-01-2008  |  Food+Drink

Durham City Council Still Drags Feet on Droughtnew

North Carolina's drought book-ended the City Council's agenda Monday, and as usual, little was accomplished.
INDY Week  |  Cat Warren  |  02-21-2008  |  Environment

Water, Water ... Where?new

The hose might not reach far enough in North Texas.
Fort Worth Weekly  |  Jeff Prince  |  10-05-2006  |  Policy Issues

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