Vengeance: Climate Fires

Droughts, higher temperatures with longer lasting heatwaves, have run roughshod over the West. Over the Labor Day weekend, 48 hours of climate fires in Washington charred nearly 300,000 acres, more than the previous 12 years. On Sept 11, 2020, a million acres of firestorms across Oregon, have burned double the normal year’s average, bestowing the world’s most polluted air upon … Continue reading Vengeance: Climate Fires