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Almost 20 Million People in California at Extreme or Critical Fire Weather Risk Today — Mining Awareness +

Almost 4.5 million people are at extreme fire weather risk in California today. Over 14.3 million are at critical risk. This is almost half the population of California. The population of California is an estimated 39.6 million. Almost one third (27%) of the population of California is foreign born, the majority of whom would have […]

via Almost 20 Million People in California at Extreme or Critical Fire Weather Risk Today — Mining Awareness +

October 31, 2019 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. Thanks for linking/re-posting. I do have Australia in my mind, thinking of California. Much of the United States seems to have an eco-system as fragile as Australia’s. In the United States, the green forested parts are at risk, too. If they cut down all of the trees, the combo of heat and treelessness risks turning the entire country into a desert.

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    Comment by miningawareness | October 31, 2019 | Reply


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