Fires and Storms – Part 1, Rev b
- Jul 17, 2019 3:10 pm GMT
This is a minor update of a three part series that I originally posted in late 2018. Part 1 of this series is about the wildfire risk resulting from environmental changes brought about by climate change.
These will be referenced in Part 2 of a new post (Climate Change: Two Challenges and Five Solutions). that I started (with Part 1) Monday. I will post Part 2 of this new post early next week.
Yesterday I updated the "Climate and Energy" Series, and tomorrow I will update a two part series..
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