Checks and Balance: The western paradox

More Americans are moving to western states in search of beautiful landscapes, cheaper housing and lower taxes. Yet wildfires, soaring temperatures and water shortages are making the West less hospitable. It’s an old Western theme: man versus nature. Does nature have the upper hand?


The Economist's US editor John Prideaux hosts with Jon Fasman and Aryn Braun.


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