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Are We Ignoring the Drought?
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AIR DATE: August 23, 2012

The nation is currently stuck in middle of the worst drought in 50 years. But are we acting like it's a crisis? No, says author Charles Fishman, and we should. He believes that now is the time to undertake a major rethink of water and how we use it. We could be measuring it and rebuilding infrastructure. And he even has a word of praise for some of the measures Las Vegas has implemented.
 
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