On Fire From Disneyland To Wine Country, California Must Rethink Disaster Risk

 Wednesday, October 11, 2017

 The Sacramento Bee

Puerto Rico is in ruins. Thousands are displaced in Houston. The Gulf Coast is bracing for a fresh round of hurricanes. Now, epic wildfires are incinerating California. At least 17 people were reported dead Tuesday, with tens of thousands evacuated and more than 150 missing, as 17 fires swept the state from San Diego to the Oregon border. “Apocalyptic” is the word that kept coming to mind, and not just because of the post-fire hellscape that is now parts of the Wine Country or the eerie orange skies over Disneyland. Climate change is doing what scientists predicted — amplifying storms and lengthening wildfire seasons.
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