Category Archives: Climate Change

Exterior sprinklers work, too many fires in southern California, and prescribed burning advocates engage in cultural appropriation

The Los Angeles Times has been a champion in helping the public understand the truth when it comes to wildfire. But today, they made a mistake. They repeated numerous misconceptions that have held us back from crafting effective fire risk … Continue reading

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Getting angry, then inspired

We wanted to share something that is energizing us and everyone we’ve been interacting with lately. There is so much to get upset, depressed about these days. It easily becomes overwhelming. As with many of you who care about the … Continue reading

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There is hope. While wildfire is inevitable, the destruction of our communities is not.

Here is the letter we just sent to California Governor Gavin Newsom. Dear Governor Newsom, Encouraged by the spirit of hope that your new administration brings to Sacramento, we urge you to take the lead in creating a new wildfire … Continue reading

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