The UK's Environment Secretary Owen Paterson is urging his US counterpart to end the 1971 ban on haggis. Scottish haggis – which contains sheep's heart, lungs, and stomach – was banned due to concerns of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies.
Much of the Lower 48 is in a bad drought, the worst since 1956. Yet each drought also brings new ideas for adapting to nature's vagaries. What ideas are worth considering now?