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Native American Weather Proverbs
Native Americans have a innate bond with the land and the environment! Indigenous peoples of North American are said to have been in the southwest (New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado) for at least 10,000 years. Historians, Archeologists and Anthropologists can argue … Continue reading
Posted in Arizona, Climate Migration, Colorado, Cost of Climate Change, Environment, Meteorology, Native American Weather Proverbs, Native Americans, Overpopulation, Water Conservation Tagged Apache Proverbs, Native American Proverbs, Nature, Navajo Nation, Sustainability, Water Conservation Leave a comment
Water, Water, Everywhere…But Here!
Certain parts of the United States have had an extremely wet winter and spring. The upper mid-west had snowstorm after snowstorm, Pensacola, Florida had 19 inches of rain in one day! But forget about rain in California and the Southwest. … Continue reading
Climate Migration – A Fact of Life
Over the Eons man has moved around because of fluctuating climates. But even though our long ago ancestors moved up or down latitudes with the Glacial periods, they really didn’t have the infrastructure that we have to worry about. What … Continue reading
Posted in Arizona, Canada, Climate Migration, Environment, Mexico, Polar vortex Tagged Adaptation, Arizona, Climate Change, Drought 1 Comment