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Climate change threatening to dry up the Rio Grande River, a vital water supply

For nearly 2,000 miles, the Rio Grande River winds it way from the Rocky Mountains down to the Gulf of Mexico. It provides drinking water and irrigation for more than six million people. But climate change is threatening that vital flow. Michelle Miller reports as part of our Earth Matters coverage.



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