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The Navajo Nation, largest tribal nation in the US
Louise Boyle recently had the opportunity to visit the Navajo Nation, the largest tribal nation in the US, spanning 27,000-square miles across New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.
Salt Lake City Confronts a Future Without a Lake
From the southern rim of the Great Salt Lake, the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere, barely any of the pinkish, saline waters that used to engulf the million-acre basin are visible. “For years the lake lapped right here,” says Ella Sorensen, motioning at the gritty dried lake bed underfoot. “But I have watched itContinue reading “Salt Lake City Confronts a Future Without a Lake”
2000–2021 was the driest 22-yr period since at least 800 for southwestern North America
Anyone who has been paying attention knows that the whole world is facing a problem with floodings, but also with enormous droughts.