The immigration reform Congress is considering includes billions of dollars to build hundreds of new miles of fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border. Backers say the fence deters people from crossing. Critics say the recession did that. Whatever the case, the fence we have in place now has taken an environmental …read more

Source: The California Report – Science

The Environmental Impact of Building a Border Fence 14 August,2013KQED Science


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