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Carl Segerstrom
Reporting for from Spokane, WA. People, places, screes and trees. Email: carls@hcn.org
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Carl Segerstrom 6h
If you can't breathe from the smoke, you might as well tweet about it...
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Solutions Journalism Network 13h
More than 1,000 human trafficking victims across 40 U.S states have been identified. of reveals how truck drivers played a key role. Help tell on sex trafficking by applying to our fund by 11/19!
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High Country News Nov 14
. shares some important advice for communities living with the threat of wildfire in this article:
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Carl Segerstrom Nov 14
People, please save Brian from the wolf!
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Climate Desk Nov 14
How to prepare for a wildfire via
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High Country News Nov 14
It's hard to keep track. Sign up for our free newsletter and get the latest news from the West:
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Brian Calvert Nov 14
With fire season lengthening across the West, and given the tragedy of the , we think this is an appropriate time to discuss tips for safe evacuation from wildfires
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High Country News Nov 14
As fires spread, cell service and electrical systems often fail. Being prepared for fire means not relying on either.
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Paige Blank Nov 14
According to , nearly 100 million Americans live in wildfire-prone areas. Practical advice from for for how to and stay safe:
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Carl Segerstrom Nov 14
Replying to @Sarah_Gilman
Also, if this story interests you and you want a deeper dive into the ethical considerations around endangered species recovery I highly recommend piece from earlier this year
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Carl Segerstrom Nov 14
The devastating have forced me to think more about how unprepared I have always been for a devastating wildfire. This article shares some jumping off points to prepare yourself, family and community for wildfires
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Carl Segerstrom Nov 14
A new tool for recovery is like for conservation. It brings analytics to conservation plans that can maximize results with low budgets. But, much like the A's, it could be used to justify not spending $$$
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Carl Segerstrom Nov 13
Replying to @jkutzie @taywiles and 2 others
A little more than 1 and a half Rhode Islands
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Robert Rohde Nov 12
Replying to @RARohde
I also created an animated version which helps to emphasize how weather conditions during California's fire season have evolved over time.
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High Country News Nov 12
The charred 18,000 acres and destroyed dozens of homes in a matter of hours.
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High Country News Nov 12
As ballots continue to be counted, it appears progressive candidate has unseated in the Central Valley, where liberal urban politics are spilling into a conservative rural area.
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Clara Jeffery Nov 12
A lot of good things happened on election day. But bold climate action was not among them.
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Carl Segerstrom Nov 11
Replying to @ben_a_goldfarb
Just wait til the hipsters get a taste for manzanita...
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Pasadena Fire Assn. Nov 10
Mr. President, with all due respect, you are wrong. The fires in So. Cal are urban interface fires and have NOTHING to do with forest management. Come to SoCal and learn the facts & help the victims. Scott Austin, Pres IAFF 809.
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Brian Calvert Nov 10
The president is using a disaster to peddle timber industry talking points. Climate change, which he has called a hoax, has much more to do with these fires than forestry management--of which the president clearly knows very little.
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