Shipping Containers and Environmental Destruction on the Arizona Border: A Q&A with Emily Burns
The wildlife conservationist talks about what's at stake as Arizona builds a shipping container wall through a 10-mile stretch of critical border habitat.
There was a time when shipping containers were used for shipping goods across the ocean. Then they were repurposed for hipster coffee shops. Now they’ve become the latest prop for Republican governors to defy federal authority and portray the border as a lawless region under “i…
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