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California’s Apocalyptic ‘Second Nature’

Mike Davis Rose Luxemburg Stiftung NYC Blog
Lake Fire in California Fire in the Anthropocene has become the physical equivalent of endless nuclear war. A new, profoundly sinister nature is rapidly emerging from our fire rubble at the expense of landscapes we once considered sacred.

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.


Unions Fracture Over Climate

Debra Kahn, Samantha Maldonado and Catherine Boudreau Politico
This week, we explore the tug of war between protecting union jobs and the transition to a cleaner economy.

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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