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Residentes de Texas Reciben Primeros Avisos de Expropiación de Tierra para el Muro de Trump

by | Thu, Mar 16, 2017 at 10:49 CST
'Nosotros no queremos éste muro – prácticamente todo el pueblo está de acuerdo en esto,' afirma Yvette Salinas, hija de una de los propietarios del terreno.
A dead piñon pine in Boot Canyon in Big Bend National Park. by

Feeling the Burn in Big Bend

An epic drought has scientists racing to predict the future of Big Bend's unique sky islands.

The 2011 drought that wiped out half the piñon pines in Big Bend’s sky island is a warning shot as the Southwest succumbs to climate change....Read More

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Mine Games

With little more than a promise, the Texas Railroad Commission is trusting a struggling coal industry to pay for the cost of cleaning up old mines.

In mid-2014, Texas’ biggest utility, Energy Future Holdings, was about to file for bankruptcy, and Texas regulators suddenly had a big problem on their hands...Read More

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