Urban Conflagration: Fire Scientist on Climate Change & What Makes California’s Wildfires Different
https://democracynow.org – California wildfires have killed at least 42 people and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses, scorching more than 200,000 acres—roughly the size of New York City. The blazes are the deadliest since record keeping began. As global temperatures continue to rise, we’ll look at the link between fires and climate change with Max Moritz, fire research scientist based at UC Santa Barbara.
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