New Mexico

Nika Knight, staff writer
If fossil fuel emissions continue as usual, droughts lasting as long as 35 years a "near certainty" in parched Western U.S. states
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
This map shows anomalous U.S. methane emissions (or how much the emissions differ from average background concentrations) for 2003 to 2009, as measured by the European Space Agency's SCIAMACHY instrument. The Four Corners area—the area where Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah meet—is the only red spot on the map. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Michigan)
The 2,500-square mile plume is said to be the largest concentration of the...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
"If we continue with business-as-usual burning of fossil fuels, by mid-century...

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