Positioned in the driest desert in the United States, Las Vegas is one of the nation's fastest-warming cities. In our first episode, we focus on the intertwined environmental, indigenous, and settler histories of the region, with an eye on what might be informative for the future. In our second episode, we look past the current urban landscape to the potential of a redesigned city.
In this series:
- Sondra Cosgrove, College of Southern Nevada history professor and League of Women Voters NV president
- Chris Milly, USGS research hydrologist
- Steffen Lehmann, UNLV School of Architecture director