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The Last Undammed River in the Sierra Madre Occidental Is Under Threat
Jaime Rojo L.
Fotógrafo y Conservacionista
Despite obvious public opposition and scientific and legal recommendations, Mexico's Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources approved the construction of the Las Cruces dam in mid-September of this year.
Never Again Enough
Author, A Great Aridness: Climate Change and the Future of th...
In the arid lands of the American West, abundance has a troublesome way of leading back again to scarcity. If you have a lot of something, you find a way to use it up -- at least, that's the history of the "development" of the Colorado Basin.
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