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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Sep 20
We shouldn’t view worsening as simply inevitable, and instead focus on actionable solutions. It’s imperative that any final conference report on the contains strong provisions to strengthen forest management practices.
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B Brooks Sep 20
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DiCaprio Foundation Sep 17
Politicians who want to double down on the flawed and failing attempt to suppress all by spending billions of tax dollars to increase firefighting efforts are paradoxically putting both firefighters and the public at greater risk
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Tom Hall ☘ Sep 6
🔥 💦 🎯 🚁 Pinpoint Accuracy! 🔥 💦 🎯 🚁
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EU_ScienceHub Sep 20
In 2017 the destroyed over 1.2 million hectares of forests & land in Europe – more than the total area of Cyprus. More efforts are needed to tackle the increasing risk of wildfires. 👉
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U.S. Forest Service Aug 31
Approximately 86 large are currently burning on about 2.2 million acres of private, state, tribal, and federal land. 17,000 interagency fire personnel, including about 380 crews, 700+ engines, 140 helicopters, and 24 Airtankers are deployed to fighting wildfires.
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Tech2 6h
was to blame for nearly a quarter of the in America since 2008 according to a report. But causes of a third of these blazes remain a mystery, even after investigations.
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San Francisco Chronicle Sep 21
ICYMI: Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Friday to help PG&E withstand the costs of last year’s devastating , in part by passing some of those costs on to customers.
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DiCaprio Foundation Sep 21
Scientists say forests won’t reduce wildfire risk. have shaped the ecology of western ecosystems for millennia and attempting to suppress fires that don't pose a risk to communities is impractical, costly and ecologically damaging
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EU_ScienceHub Sep 20
Replying to @EU_ScienceHub
🔥We now face longer fire seasons, well beyond the dry and hot summer months. But can be prevented with adequate forest management & land use practices. Check out our latest report on in Europe, Middle East & North Africa:
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U.S. Forest Service Sep 11
The national preparedness level may be lower, but our work fighting the is far from over. More than 14,000 interagency personnel are currently on the ground fighting ~85 large fires that are currently burning on more than 1.6 million acres.
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Forest Service NW Sep 7
By working together to conduct more prescribed burns when the conditions are right, we can improve the health of our forests, reduce the threat of future large & strengthen our communities.
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Mark Parrington 19h
All set to present Atmosphere Monitoring Service data on , aerosols & impact on atmospheric radiation in my poster at the / meeting in Takamatsu 🇯🇵 this coming week.
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Steve Copeland Sep 2
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Stan & Rhonda 17h
Second, poses a clear and present danger to now. Summers are significantly and lasting longer than a few decades ago. Massive are common, another new phenomenon.
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Planetary Security🌍 Aug 31
🌍 The Melting Arctic Is a Horror Story — Why Doesn’t Anyone Care?
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Forest Service NW Sep 3
Happy ! While enjoying your beautiful public lands, let’s give our a break from today
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Smokey Bear Sep 9
Why do we need to prevent ? Not only can unplanned human-caused fire devastate the community it touches, but also the smoke generated by that fire can impact people hundreds of miles away. can prevent wildfires.
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Alex von Witzleben 1h
Europe faces more and more severe fires but they can be prevented. 2017 destroyed over 1.2 mio hectares of forests/land The latest report shows the need to tackle to leave a healthier planet
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Natural Crisis 15m
Using Technology To Assess Risk And Combat
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