Updated: Aug 28
It's August 22 and there are hundreds of fires burning up and down California. Already this beginning of the "fire season" has seen m ore fires and more land burned than all of last year which was the worst year after 2018, etc. Two articles to check out here and comment perhaps? One is in the Washington Post: "California wildfires reach historic scale and are still growing"
(This story hits close to home because I used to live in Boony Doone and Felton and Ben Lomond in the Santa Cruz Mtns.)
The other is in today's Vox and looks at the climate issues involved.
How are we seeing the climate crisis in California?