As climate change continues to fuel more intense and frequent wildfires, the number of people who die in the United States from inhaling wildfire smoke could more than double by 2100, jumping from 15,000 premature deaths per year today to 40,000 by the end of the century, according to a study published in the journal GeoHealth.
Complete Article From the publisher.Fire is devastating. It consumes. It destroys and leaves behind a pernicious force in the form of smoke. Although most people might think that smoke rises and then clears after a fire has been extinguished […]
Complete Article From the publisher.A warmer, drier climate is expected is increase the likelihood of larger-scale forest disturbances such as wildfires, insect outbreaks, disease and drought, according to a new study co-authored by a Portland […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Governor Jerry Brown signed an executive order for statewide carbon neutrality by 2045 Last week, California Governor Jerry Brown signed State Senator and US Senate candidate Kevin de León’s SB 100, […]