Climate change is slowly drying up the Colorado River— jeopardizing a water supply that serves some 40 million people from Denver to Phoenix to Las Vegas and irrigates farmlands across the U.S. Southwest. The average annual water flow dropped more than 11% over the last century due to warming.

Climate change is slowly drying up the Colorado River— jeopardizing a water supply that serves some 40 million people from Denver to Phoenix to Las Vegas and irrigates farmlands across the U.S. Southwest. The average annual water flow dropped more than 11% over the last century due to warming.
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