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Climate Change Is Worsening California's Hellish Wildfires

Dana Nuccitelli Yale Climate Connections
It's exacerbating hot, dry conditions allowing wildfires to spread farther and faster. Demographic and forest management factors alone are insufficient to explain the magnitude of the observed increase in wildfire extent over the past half-century.

Why Does California Have So Many Wildfires?

Kendra Pierre-Louis and John Schwartz New York Times
There are four key ingredients to the disastrous wildfire seasons in the West, and climate change figures prominently.
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