Western States Consider New Dams

SPOKANE, WA — The Western states’ booming population and growing fears about climate change have governments studying construction of new dams to capture more winter rain and spring snowmelt for use in dry summer months. Ironically, consideration of new dams comes even as older ones are being torn down across the country because of environmental concerns.

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Source: TIME

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