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climate change

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    Las Vegas 2100

    By Jessie O'Brien

    Imagining the future of the city, from rising temps and a sinking water supply to moving to Mars

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    After the Fire

    By Heidi Kyser

    Since the Mount Charleston fire burned itself out in late July, a few commentaries have noted that, in some ways, it was a best-case scenario. Although it torched 28,000 acres of natural habitat, it took few human structures and no human life. Residents of Nevada should get used to such silver-lining thinking, because this won’t be the last time we see our forest go up in flames.