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erin brockovich Jan 14
People are dead and it could have been prevented. There needs to be a criminal investigation. Nothing will change till the people who make decisions are held accountable and know they will be held accountable
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Monique Grider 31m
Why wildfires pose an existential threat to California tourism
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CalWA Jan 20
A single bankruptcy judge will likely render that verdict once enters voluntary bankruptcy to avoid liability for over 1,500 it caused, including the deadly wildfire and .
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UKCIP 15h
Interactive graphics show the deadly cost of 2018's natural disasters, from to |
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Monique Grider 31m
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Joseph Overgaard Jan 18
“The single most recurring cause of the large 2017 and 2018 attributable to PG&E’s equipment has been the susceptibility of PG&E’s distribution lines to trees or limbs falling onto them during high-wind events.”
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Singleton Law Firm 2h
In the history of California there is no other firm which has represented as many people as we have. Would you like us to represent you?
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Wildfire Today  🔥 4h
Will the government shutdown make it difficult to suppress ? The federal agencies already attempt to fight fire on the cheap. With unpaid personnel and no funding, will that degrade even further?
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Matthew Koehler Jan 20
Does your call to put “partisan politics aside” mean you’ll stop blaming on your constituents, whom you call “environmental extremists?”
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Ag&Natural Resources Jan 17
So Cal's iconic bigcone Douglas-firs are suffering from and droughts. “The drought-following-fire issue is a total reshuffling of what might come back or survive,” said via 📷 Mel Melcon
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Wildfire Today  🔥 8h
California firefighter interviewed on NPR about the government shutdown -- and the time he was struck by lightning
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(╯°□°)╯︵ 🔥💻🔥ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ🐈 Jan 18
"California lawmakers traveled to Hawaii with utility executives as wildfires raged" "Rcvd more than $600K from the utilities in campaign contributions" Are on key committees deciding the fate of legislation determining who pays for
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Sen. Maria Cantwell Jan 20
The failure to reopen the government puts lives at risk by undermining the ability to respond to and will only serve to delay critical forest restoration & safety projects. Every day the shutdown continues, the more the fire risk for the 2019 season grows.
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gurlinthewurld 14h
“As Fires Choke Utility, the Question of Who Pays for Warming Emerges Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is headed to bankruptcy after downed power lines are blamed for several large
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Greenapps&web Jan 20
As the severity of increases, possibly due to , technologies such as drones, modeling software and apps are trying to break through to facilitate the work of firefighters 🔊
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LA Testing 10h
LA Testing offers a range of fire-related testing services. Learn more here: .
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Grace Ocean Jan 19
Replying to @NatGeo
have nothing to do with the climate warming hoax they have to do with mismanagement...U big media don't get this straight but we PROS know what's right & what's not. =You don't get credit.
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Learn ArcGIS Jan 15
Unfortunately, the tragedies of don't end with the fire; they continue onto into the rainy season in the terms of mudslides. This is happening now in . This lesson explains why:
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SUNPOINTPUBLICADJUSTERSINC Jan 20
Did you lose your property in the ? Make sure you have a strategy to make sure you get the most out of your insurance claim. Here is why this is important:
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Clyde & Co Canada Jan 16
: "Californian energy firm Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation ( ), which faces significant if its equipment is found to have sparked the costliest natural disaster in 2018, is planning to file for protection"
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