Opinion: It may be small comfort for those along the Colorado River, but rapidly dwindling water levels across the globe offer a lesson for us all.
By Phil Boas|| The Arizona Republic
We’ve watched the receding water lines that reveal historic relics and what may be the hidden skeletons of the Vegas mob families.
We’ve been so hyper-focused, many of us have failed to see the bigger picture – the bigger and more disturbing picture.
Many of the great rivers of the world are starting to dry up – at once.
From the Yangtze to the Rhine to the Danube to the Tiber and Po to the Elbe and the Volga – spanning not just continents but much of the globe.