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Major changes in environmental policy expected under Biden
Reclassifying Arizona waterways is among the items on the new administration's agenda
As Western fires burn, focus narrows on forest management. But it’s easier said than done
Correcting the mistakes of the past is tougher than it sounds, as managers work to get ahead of coming wildfires and learn from previous ones.
In grasslands plagued by invasives and drought, wildfires fuel calls for new solutions
Invasive plants and climate change are changing the relationship between vast rangelands, drought and wildfire.
For the West’s drinking water, wildfire concerns linger long after smoke clears
For municipal drinking water systems, fires are felt for years after they’re snuffed out.
Homeowners who avoid wildfire damage can find themselves in new flood zone
Even long after the flames of a wildfire are gone, those who live nearby face a serious increase in the threat of flooding.
Tucson Electric Power looks to expand renewables, raise customer rates
TEP’s plans to raise rates and install a transmission line near historic neighborhoods are not without controversy.
In Yellowstone, America's 'first water park,' decades-old blaze marked start of megafire era
The wildfires ushered in a chapter of massive, frequent blazes as well as a new understanding of the ecological process.
Climate change likely to keep hammering Colorado River's biggest reservoirs, model shows
Projections show an increasing likelihood of official shortage declaration before 2026.
Tucson City Council to vote on climate emergency declaration
Plan calls for carbon-neutral city operations by 2030.
'Feels like the end of the world': Tucson grapples with record heat during pandemic
The desert community has faced both soaring temperatures and life under the coronavirus, as some work to mitigate the impact of a warmer future.
The risks of severe heat
The hottest summer in the city’s history came during a global health crisis, leaving many residents at risk for heat-related issues.
Heat, COVID-19 and isolation put mobile home parks at risk
Ten percent of metro Tucsonans live in manufactured housing. But residents there face risks made worse by COVID-19 and record heat.
Lots of heat, little rain in Tucson
Less than an inch of rain when we usually have nearly four inches.
Humpback chub 'alien abductions' help frame the future of the Colorado River
While not considered very "charismatic," this keystone fish plays an important role in water policy.
More fuel, dry weather create perfect storm for Bighorn Fire crews
A discussion with UA professor and fire ecology expert Don Falk.
"Secondhand: Travels in the New Global Garage Sale"
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Adiba Nelson shares an open love letter to all women, everywhere; and how UA scientists are understanding climate change through research in the Southern Ocean.
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