When Ken Pimlott began fighting US wildfires at the age of 17, they seemed to him to be a brutal but manageable natural phenomenon. “We had periodic [fire] sieges in the 80s, but there were breaks in said
- The Guardian - Samuel Gilbert
- TechCrunch - Devin Coldewey
The U.S. has suffered from devastating wildfires over the last few years as global temperatures rise and weather patterns change, making the otherwise natural phenomenon especially unpredictable and severe.
- The Wall Street Journal. - Jim Carlton
WALNUT CREEK, Calif.—A line of firefighters wearing yellow protective gear trudged up a ridge carrying water hoses on a recent Thursday, all wearing smoke shrouds on their faces and standing at least feet
- NBC News - By Luke Denne and Olivia Sumrie
One of the coldest regions on Earth has been experiencing a record-breaking heat wave in recent weeks amid growing fears about devastating wildfires and melting permafrost. Khatanga, a town in Siberia’s