Posts tagged California fires
Climatically Speaking: November Fires Bring Tragedy and Smoke to California

Fires in California and the climate change connection, a wavy jet stream, smoke and hazardous air quality, lending a hand, an interview with Michael Mann at PBS and building fire-resistant communities.

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Climate Change in the Sacramento Valley: Imagining the Future

I’ve been reading and writing about climate change for several years now. Yet, there is that moment it pierces the sacred spaces, the places we call home. My moment occurred during the 2017 fires in Napa and Sonoma Counties, California. Here’s my story.

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Climatically Speaking: The Best Stories on Climate, Food, Science and Culture, (11th ed.)

Extreme weather events and climate change; California fires and a fire tornado; Michael Mann on climate change and the future of civilization; 4°C warmer, a map and some data; climate change, wheat and ticks; frolicking goats and an earworm.

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Climatically Speaking: The Best Stories on Climate, Food, Science and Culture, (9th ed.)

California fires; heat domes and power outages; twice as hot and higher sea levels at 2°C; underground greenhouse video; vitamin C and scurvy; formaldehyde and leukemia; interview with Roy Scranton; and reducing your carbon footprint.

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