I live in New Mexico, pretty much ground zero for climate change's impact on threatened trout species (Gila and Rio Grande cutthroat trout). This won't always be the case, of course, as ground zero will migrate north if the climate crisis continues to be ignored. Consider this news piece about one of Montana's fabled trout fisheries, the Bitteroot River. Even if my state's trout could just split to beat the heat, it appears they'd have to go quite a ways, north of the Bitteroot anyway, to do themselves any good. Time to get to work. Let's start by doing whatever we can to pass bills like the Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act. Contact your congress members; chances are that at least one of them is a cosponsor. Sign up your area sportsmen groups.