Mar 20

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Two Texas Towns Run Out of Water

In collaboration with StateImpact Texas, the PBS NewsHour takes a closer look at the struggle for water in two Texas towns and how the state plans to deal with a drier future. This report is part of our new series…

The drought in Texas has put an unprecedented strain on the state's already tenuous water supply. In the face of continued climate uncertainty and a growing population, Texas communities face the stark reality of a future without enough water.

Mar 14

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A lone daffodil flower stood out amid the other withered daffodils in London's St James's Park in April 2011. Daffodils bloomed unusually early in London last year due to the coldest December in 100 years followed by a warm and…

Mar 06

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Plants Boldly Go Where They’ve Never Gone Before

The interactive USDA Plant Hardiness Map allows users to view the plants most likely to thrive in any U.S. region. Image by United States Department of Agriculture. Chihuahuan desert plants like autumn sage, hummingbird mints, and desert willow…

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