Climate Breadcrumb: Winslow AZ

Winslow skirts the Navajo Nation. This article from Public Radio International tells the story of the impact of climate change on Navajo women. 

“The amount of surface water flowing in streams on the Navajo Nation has declined by about 98 percent over the 20th century,” says Dr. Margaret Redsteer, a scientist at the US Geological Survey in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Navajo Women Struggle to Preserve Traditions as Climate Change Intensifies

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