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The 2,000-mile stretch of land that divides Mexico from the U.S. is rich in native species. But what happens when their range is disrupted? Here’s a look at the impact barrier-creation has had thus far.
Along the U.S.-Mexico border, a team of scientists and volunteers is committed to rebuilding flourishing plant and animal communities through a network of collaboration.
Efforts from researchers on both sides of the border shed light on the impacts of a dam project on the Mayo River, particularly on the Guarijío indigenous people.
Teams on both sides of the border are fostering binational solutions to address climate change in the Southwest.
The possibilities for solar, which is under-utilized in Mexico, have started to shine brighter.