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Trey Malone Oct 1
Have been hearing a lot about . This week’s ⁦⁩ Closing Bell will feature wildfire economist Jonathan Yoder from ⁦⁩. ⁦⁩ & I will talk to him about their causes and why society should care.
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Steven Bernard Sep 20
After receiving numerous questions about how I made the wildfires smoke map animation, I thought I would explain the process. So I created a post on Medium detailing how I went about it ...
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El Penguino Sep 23
This is actually a member of my extended family. If anyone could or would take the time to help, I’d appreciate it.
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SLCScanner Sep 26
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MedfordAlert Sep 15
destroyed at least 2357 homes here. As shocking as the numbers are, let’s remember the very real people behind the numbers. Please consider a donation to help feed those thousands of people who need us right now.
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Jad Daley Oct 21
Hint: the non-profit’s initials are “AF”. With millions of acres burned in 🔥 and more to come, we must use as an opportunity to adapt our forests for climate resilience. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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James Ellsmoor 🏝 Sep 25
"Increased global emissions lead to higher temperatures and more fire-prone conditions. With more fires comes more emissions, fueling rapid climate change."
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Jamie DeMarco Sep 15
In March 2020 Senator Girod fled his job and literally went into hiding in order to prevent Oregon from passing climate legislation In September 2020 the climate burned down his house Don't mess with physics, act on climate
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Joe Neguse Sep 25
“As wildfires continue to burn across the Western United States, we must make federal investments to provide tools and data to keep communities safe,” said U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, who was one of the amendment’s sponsors.”
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Sassafras Lowrey Sep 23
new article for AKC -as natural disasters become more common across the country here are some training skills you and your pup can start working on to prepare in case you ever had to evacuate
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Ricardo J Salvador Sep 23
What do you do if you’re an agricultural worker in CA in the midst of record-breaking wildfires and a pandemic? Climate scientist Dr. Kristy Dahl talks about this and the climate crisis in the latest podcast.
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Peter Merlin Cane Sep 20
If it's wrapped in plastic, don't buy it. Most of it won't be recycled.
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Lovely Laura Oct 1
Replying to @AliotoLaura
If you see this RETWEET PLS!!!
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Mask Sonoma Sep 28
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CAL FIRE CZU Sep 30
Battalion Chief Mark Brunton provides an update on the burning in Sonoma and Lake Counties.
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~Marietta Oct 4
2020 Wildfires: 42 million acres on Australia. 20,000 fires across 35 million acres in Russia. 28,892 active fires in Amazon basin. Millions acres burning in California.
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Phil Higuera Sep 22
"These fires have shaken us as foresters, ecologists, social scientists - and as residents living in a fire-prone landscape." Proud of this team effort: Beth Dodson & , adding to
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Terrence Daniels (Captain 🍀 Planet) Sep 30
At least 40 people dead in West Coast . We must take action, the climate crisis is not some far off warning anymore it’s all around us! Support the & a ban on fracking... The time to rise up & fight for our planet 🌎 & future is now!
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Christine Folch Oct 2
It is sad, but today is even worse. Not only Paraguay, South America is burning. Image from NASA/FIRMS.
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Arne Storrønningen Sep 22
"Experts say we’ll probably look back and say those were the good old days, when disasters weren’t so wild."
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