New Mexico’s opportunity to deliver on its bold climate goals
- Oct 15, 2020 11:30 pm GMTOct 14, 2020 3:35 pm GMT
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In southeastern New Mexico, farmers saw temperatures that averaged seven degrees above normal in July. In Santa Fe, a wildfire charred five square miles on the outskirts of town and darkened skies for weeks. And currently, nearly three-fourths of the state is experiencing severe drought, as state officials grapple with plans to ensure critical water supply for cities, farmers, ranchers and more.