Firestorms, Federal Relief and Climate Change

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Deadly fires have roared across parts of Northern and Southern California this week, incinerating anything in their paths. Climate experts warn that drier stronger Santa Anas and non-native vegetation will turn these super fires into a new “normal.” But have cities exacerbated this reality by over permitting development which include utility lines in fire zones? Also, what happens when a firestorm turns everything you own into dust?

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Warren Olney


Andrea Brody