Day: September 14, 2020

Wildfire in Idyllwild Pine Cove CA

Practical Guidance on How California Can Co-Exist With Inevitable Wildfires

An interview with expert Van Butsic of UC Berkeley The devastating, record-level wildfires that have scorched more than 3 million acres across California serve as a stark wake-up call for residents of the Golden State to learn to coexist with fire. These blazes and the resulting social, ecological, and economic damages are on track to …

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Plan Bay Area Final Blueprint Released: Major Environmental Milestones Met but Work Still Needed

As our region plans for the next 30+ years of development, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission/Associate of Bay Area Governments has implemented Plan Bay Area, an ongoing process that weaves together transportation, housing, economic and environmental strategies, alongside an expanded set of growth geographies, to advance critical climate and equity goals. We call for the Plan …

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