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California’s 2021 Wildfires Cross Sierra, Defying Conventional Wisdom

California’s 2021 Wildfires Cross Sierra, Defying Conventional Wisdom

by Betty T. Yee California’s 2021 wildfire season has not been the state’s largest, or its most deadly. In 2020, more than 4.2 million California acres were ravaged by wildfire. Unmatched human devastation occurred in 2018, as 100 lives were lost in the Butte County town of Paradise and elsewhere.   As of November 8, […]

Left-Wing Former Criminal Justice Professor Accused Of Setting Fires Near Massive Dixie Blaze In Northern California

Left-Wing Former Criminal Justice Professor Accused Of Setting Fires Near Massive Dixie Blaze In Northern California

by: JD Heyes (Natural News) It’s been this way for decades now, but California is an incubator of left-wing lunatics and Marxists, so it’s not surprising when someone who embraces that sort of ideology turns on the state because there is no controlling people like that. According to the Sacramento Bee, a former professor of criminal justice […]

Californians Impacted By Oil Drilling And Climate-Driven Wildfires

Californians Impacted By Oil Drilling And Climate-Driven Wildfires

Sacramento, CA – Today, climate and public health experts joined community members who have been most impacted by California’s climate crisis to highlight the role in-state fossil fuel extraction and production plays in fueling devastating wildfires. California is one of the leading oil producers in the nation and the oil produced here is among the most climate-damaging […]

Climate Experts And Fire-Affected Communities To Hold Press Conference On Dixie Fire And Impacts Of Fossil Fuels

Climate Experts And Fire-Affected Communities To Hold Press Conference On Dixie Fire And Impacts Of Fossil Fuels

Sacramento, CA — Now the second largest wildfire in California’s history, the Dixie Fire continues to burn its way across a state parched by drought conditions exacerbated by climate change, even as the latest report from the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) confirms that fossil fuels are threatening a livable planet. This press conference will […]

Dixie Fire Now Worst Single-Source Wildfire In California’s History

Dixie Fire Now Worst Single-Source Wildfire In California’s History

Sacramento, CA — While the Dixie Fire burned its way to the top of a long list of horrific California wildfires, the International Panel on Climate Change released a much-anticipated working group report that predicts the world’s temperatures will rise beyond the tipping point of 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit (1.5 degrees Celsius) in 2030 — ten years […]

Raging Wildfire Rips Through Small California Town, Leaving Much Of It In Ashes

Raging Wildfire Rips Through Small California Town, Leaving Much Of It In Ashes

Ailan Evans A wildfire tore through the town of Greenville in northern California on Wednesday, destroying homes and businesses. The Dixie Fire, which has been raging for three weeks in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, arrived at the town late Wednesday evening and burned down a gas station, a hotel, and a bar, […]

Nearly A Quarter Million Acres Have Burned In California Wildfires

Nearly A Quarter Million Acres Have Burned In California Wildfires

Harry Wilmerding Massive wildfires have burned nearly a quarter million acres in California, resulting in thousands of evacuations, authorities have said. The Dixie Fire, which started on July 13, has burned over 240,000 acres and is 35% contained and the cause is still under investigation, according to the Incident Information System. Over 4,000 people have been […]

PG&E Customers To Pay To Bury 10,000 Miles Of Power Lines In California To Prevent Wildfires

PG&E Customers To Pay To Bury 10,000 Miles Of Power Lines In California To Prevent Wildfires

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Pacific Gas & Electric plans to bury 10,000 miles of its own power lines, roughly 10% of its distribution and transmission lines, in a wildfire prevention plan. Burying the lines is expected to cost between $15 billion and $30 billion, which will be passed onto […]