Mountain regions may see snow droughts if greenhouse gases aren't reduced, study finds

A new study suggests snow may no longer fall in the western U.S. if greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked. CBSN's Lana Zak spoke with Benjamin Hatchett, an assistant research professor of atmospheric science with the Desert Research Institute, about the environmental and economic impacts.

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