Breathing Fire: Fighting fire with fire: Should California burn its forests to protect against catastrophe?
In California, the debate over prescribed burns is complicated by a deadly history with wildfires that have grown quickly out of control.
Breathing Fire: ‘If we don’t burn it, nature will’: Georgia blazes old fears, leads nation in prescribed fire
In the face of more intense and frequent wildfires, federal land managers consider adopting burning practices the Southeast has been successfully using for decades.
Minor floods, and the damage and disruption they cause, have grown far more common in the last few decades.
People with lung conditions are more likely to refill prescriptions and be hospitalized during smoke waves, and when pregnant mothers are exposed there’s a “small but significant" decline in birth weight.
Idahoans are being affected by pollution from worsening wildfires linked to the weather, climate change and forest management policies. The smoke is creating public health risks and undermining decades of air quality gains.
Worsening wildfires linked to the weather, climate change and forest management policies are causing unprecedented smoke pollution across the West and beyond, creating public health risks and undermining decades of air quality gains.
Smoke pollution is leading to serious public health impacts as large wildfires across the American West become more frequent and destructive.
As climate change stokes polluting fires, southern California's most vulnerable are being hit the hardest.