Tag: climate change
The fires in Northern California have been horrific, but instructive. They made clear the real enemy of our times. We have entered a dramatic period of climate chaos in which large-scale devastation of communities will be frequent. This is a fact to be embraced. It tells us to employ new approaches to building homes, managing … Continue reading I have lived through my first natural disaster and I know what will make America great again.
California is burning. Wild fires are natural and common here. Each fall as the heat and dry grasses create the conditions, fires ignite. But clearly for decades now the fires have grown more frequent, larger and increasingly destructive. Human impacts on the climate and rapidly expanding encroachment into the uplands make the fires worse. Here … Continue reading Mother Nature Has the Last Word
Interview by Beth Ruyak, Capital Public Radio, with Nicolette Hahn Niman (Niman Ranch) and Michael R. Dimock (Roots of Change), September 21, 2016.