Local Opinion: Hard-nosed Arizonans can lead the way on climate change

Aug. 7, 2022

In the last few years, places across our state have reached one grim milestone after another: record-breaking temperatures, most days above 100 degrees, and most heat-related deaths. And our drought continues — 17 of the last 26 years have had below average rainfall across our state, and summer’s not even over. According to one study, extreme heat and drought are on track to make large swaths of our state unlivable within a generation unless our country and our state’s leaders get serious about tackling climate change immediately.

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