By Daniel K. Benjamin Now we know what a decade of quotas on Japanese cars cost consumers.
As more and more people move to the country, they are destroying the very thing that they came for wide open spaces. The once vast grasslands of Texas are succumbing to strip malls and ranchettes.
The Navajo Reservation that sprawls across the starkly beautiful landscape of northern Arizona and New Mexico attracts thousands of tourists every year.
On the island of Hawaii, cold water pumped from 2,000 feet beneath the ocean's surface is creating ideal conditions for agriculture and ocean farming. In 1974, the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii began research into cold water technology.