So when several dry years leave the reservoirs parched and the mountains bare, as happened during the just-ended drought, the state has to rely on another reservoir — the one that’s underground.
2016 was the “Second Warmest Year on Record for the U.S.,” according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Centers for Environmental Information which found that “… the average U.S. temperature in 2016 was 54.9 degrees F (2.9 degrees F above average) … This is the 20th consecutive[…]Read More »
No one should be surprised that there has been a backlash to globalization, given the scale of disruption that has resulted from more interconnected economies. What is surprising is that it has arrived now. Read moreRead More »