Dan Riskin on whether severe wildfires are the new normal 1

Dan Riskin on whether severe wildfires are the new normal

 

Climate change isn't the only thing contributing to the increased power and frequency of wildfires. Dan Riskin reports.

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7 comments

    1. They were call less severe, less frequent and more manageable. This was all due to the amount of precipitation. I’m 58 years old and when I was a kid we would vacation in B.C. all the time. In a two week period we would be lucky if we got four days that it didn’t rain. Now everything has changed there’s very long periods of no rain and hot weather. This is something that has become the norm and not just in North America. It’s happening all over the globe. You may not want to acknowledge it and pretend it’s just weather but when weather patterns that have existed for centuries no longer exists that’s climate change. Then this becomes the result. Does this answer your question?

  1. Time to disclose, copy and paste the pictures of the living demons responsible for the thousands of unmarked graves at the Indigenous residential schools. Those monsters need to be prosecuted. A.S.A.P!

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