A nonprofit in Tuscon, Arizona, is combating a new enemy: climate alternate

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A nonprofit in Tuscon, Arizona, is combating a new enemy: climate alternate NPR’s A Martinez talks to Jason De Leon of the Colibrí Heart for human rights about climate alternate heating up the land all over the U.S.-Mexico border, making the skedaddle for migrants more hazardous.

A nonprofit in Tuscon, Arizona, is combating a new enemy: climate alternate

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NPR’s A Martinez talks to Jason De Leon of the Colibrí Heart for human rights about climate alternate heating up the land all over the U.S.-Mexico border, making the skedaddle for migrants more hazardous.