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    Think Out Loud
    New wildfire risk map has implications for Oregon homeowners

    Think Out Loud

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 9:38


    Approximately 80,000 Oregon homes and other buildings are in areas of high or extreme wildfire risk. That's according to a new map the Oregon Department of Forestry released Thursday. This means that those property owners may be subject to new building code and defensible space requirements to mitigate the risk from future wildfires. The new requirements are still going through a public process and property owners can appeal their risk classification. OPB reporter Cassandra Profita fills us in on the details.

    Battle4Freedom
    Battle4Freedom - 20220701 - Our Declaration of Independence

    Battle4Freedom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 56:02


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    The Planet Today
    Climate Change and Wildfires, Colombia's new President's promise to protect the Amazon, & more!

    The Planet Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 25:20


    Matt and Nick talk about Beam Suntory's sustainability goals (Beam Suntory's $1 Billion Mission Toward Sustainable and Socially-Conscious Spirits (c3newsmag.com))Climate change intensifying droughts and making wildfires worse (How climate change is making fires worse | The Hill),A probe launched to determine the cause of turtles and dolphins found dead off Guatemala's Pacific Coast (Dozens of turtles, dolphins found dead in Guatemala, probe launched (france24.com)),Less energy is currently being used to mine for bitcoin as the price of the cryptocurrency declines (The bitcoin price crash is good for the climate — Quartz (qz.com)),Colombia's new president's pledge to protect the Amazon and what this means without a similar pledge from Brazil (New Colombian president pledges to protect rainforest | AP News)!

    The Hotshot Wake Up
    Weekly Wildfire Update: Great Basin Ready, Nor Cal Ready, Alaska is on Fire... Remembering Granite Mountain Hotshots, Personal Opinions on the Matter, PTSD in Wildfire, Fireworks Are Not Evil...Right?

    The Hotshot Wake Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 55:33


    On this episode of The Weekly Wildfire Update: Great Basin Ready, Nor Cal Ready, Alaska is on Fire... Full Operational Update. Remembering Granite Mountain Hotshots, Personal Opinions on the Matter and what we can take away from this tragedy fire. PTSD in Wildfire. How it's effected me and others. Fireworks Are Not Evil...Right? Mount Rushmore cancels another fireworks show. What I think. THE HOTSHOT WAKE UP : Thank you to all of our subscribers. It allows us to generously donate to firefighter charities and supports all the content we provide. https://thehotshotwakeup.substack.com/

    Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News
    The 5 O'clock Report: Fire marshals suggest Utahns should fireproof homes during wildfire season

    Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 21:11


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    Climate Connections
    Poet Sophia Naz grieves after a wildfire took her home

    Climate Connections

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 1:31


    She processes the loss in her new book, “Open Zero.” Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/

    C3 Church San Diego // AUDIO
    Wildfire - Ps. Jake Schutte

    C3 Church San Diego // AUDIO

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 32:00


    Testing seasons can bring heat, but we can look at natural occurring wildfires to understand what God is about to do. In this impactful message, Ps. Jake encourages us to trust God in the heat.

    Think Out Loud
    Nonprofit behind Klamath River dam removal offers plan for allocating water to fight wildfires in region

    Think Out Loud

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 14:39


    Four dams in the Klamath River along the Oregon and California border are in the process of being removed. But that means reservoirs previously used as a water source for firefighting will ultimately be gone too. The Klamath River Renewal Corporation is overseeing the removal of the dams. We learn more from Mark Bransom, CEO of the organization, about what's being done to balance dam removal and firefighting in the region.

    Texas Ag Today
    Texas Ag Today - June 29, 2022

    Texas Ag Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 23:32


    The nation's first bale of cotton is harvested and ginned in the Rio Grande Valley. Plans are still moving forward for a Hemp processing plant in Dumas. Wildfires have burned hundreds of thousands of acres of Texas farm and ranchland this year. Vegetable gardening in Texas is a real challenge this year. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.

    Taking it for Granted
    Taking it for Granted Ep 77 Lance Schneider

    Taking it for Granted

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 64:10


    Lance Schneider is a Fire Captain and EMT in Colorado, and a giver at heart. He continues to further his education to become the best he can to serve his community, but it's not all work and no play. Lance is an avid skier and mountain biker, and finds time within is crazy schedule to live the life he wants to live. To learn more about Lance, give him a follow on Instagram @cofiremedic88.

    Outside Podcast
    What it Feels Like to Fight a Wildfire

    Outside Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 33:00


    As an out-of-control blaze approached their home, a couple made what seems like a crazy choice: they ignored evacuation orders and stood their ground. Fire officials tell us that decisions like this puts lives at risk, including the lives of firefighters who may need to come to the rescue. In the U.S., authorities universally agree that escaping to safety is the only reasonable thing to do. And yet some people still insist on staying put to defend their own homes. In this replay of an episode from 2019, we tell the extraordinary story of Gari and Lori Lyon, who survived seemingly impossible odds during one of the world wildfires in California history. This episode is brought to you by Aruba, an island in the Caribbean that offers so much more than a vacation. Learn more about what awaits you at this very special destination at Aruba.com

    Wildfire Matters
    Predicting wildfire potential with meteorologists Nick Nauslar and Jim Wallmann.

    Wildfire Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:56


    National Interagency Coordination Center meteorologists Nick Nauslar and Jim Wallmann explain the difference between prediction and potential for weather forecasting. We discuss day-to-day operations in predicative services at the National Interagency Fire Center, how the National Significant Wildland Fire Potential Outlook is produced, and the significance of communicating fire weather to wildland fire managers, media, and the public. We also hear about anomalies such as fire-generated tornadic vortices increasing in frequency and working on wildfires as an incident meteorologist (IMET).

    KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
    Panel of wildfire experts speak on the 'new normal' of climate-driven fire seasons

    KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 2:54


    A panel of fire science experts convened at the Desert Research Institute (DRI) in Reno to discuss the extent of the devastation caused by climate-driven wildfires and their predictions for the 2022 fire season.

    California Ag Today
    Wildfire Season Prep Starts Now

    California Ag Today

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    On the heels of a dry spring in California, farm and ranch country is feeling the pressure of this upcoming wildfire season.

    Movement Radio
    Movement Radio - Episode 173

    Movement Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 52:10


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    60 Minutes
    Targeting Americans and Raging Wildfires

    60 Minutes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:26


    On this edition of “60 Minutes,” Scott Pelley investigates U.S. government officials reporting mysterious brain injuries. Bill Whitaker looks-into wildfires raging through California.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Science and the Sea podcast

    What happens in the Arctic doesn't always stay in the Arctic. Changes in conditions in the Arctic Ocean can have an impact on land as well. A loss of sea ice, for example, appears to increase the risk of wildfires in the Pacific Northwest. Wildfires have been a growing problem in Washington, Oregon, and northern California for a couple of decades. Around Labor Day of 2020, for example, fires in Washington burned more than half a million acres in just 36 hours. And the 2021 fire season in California was the worst ever.There are many reasons for the boost -- many of them related to Earth's changing climate. It's bringing warmer and drier conditions to the northwest. And one cause may be less ice in the Arctic.Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory found that the amount of sea-ice has gone way down over the past 40 years. The scientists plugged those numbers into computer models of how the atmosphere responds to the change.They found that, with less ice, the ocean surface and the surrounding land get warmer in late summer and early fall. That creates an updraft that pushes the polar jet stream away from its normal path. Low pressure builds off the coast of Alaska, with high pressure over Washington and surrounding areas. The combination brings warmer, drier air to the northwest over the last third of the year. That increases the risk that fires will ignite, and that they'll burn longer -- a big change thanks to changes in the Arctic Ocean.

    Culture War Radio
    159: Juneteenth

    Culture War Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 113:17


    LIVE: Sunday, June 19 2022 @ 9PM CST News and #libremusic. Wikipedia News: June 13-19, 2022 Musical Interludes: "Carry On" by Archipelago from Good As Gone (2013) "Half Hearted" by Ben Walker from Troubadork (2010) [CC BY-NC-SA] "Unstable Isotopes" by Chotto Ghetto from WILDFIRE (2019) [CC BY-NC-SA] "Bipolar Vortex" by Conan Neutron & The Secret Friends from Dark Passengers (2020) [CC BY-NC-SA] "Flying Dream" by Hard Girls from Dulcet Tones (2016) [CC BY-NC-SA] "Love That Makes It" by Michael Jumpshot Touchdown Pass from Breakfast (2018) [CC BY-SA] "Interstellar Good Times" by PROTODOME from CHIPFUNK (2014) [CC BY-NC-ND] "The Void" by Shinobu from 10 Thermidor (2015) [CC BY-NC-SA]

    New Mexico in Focus (A Production of NMPBS)
    Roe V. Wade Overturned, Otero County Election Saga & Acequias Facing Wildfires and Floods | 6.24.2022

    New Mexico in Focus (A Production of NMPBS)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 36:01


    On this episode of New Mexico in Focus the Podcast, host Lou DiVizio explains the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe V. Wade. He also speaks with Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver about the election certification saga in Otero County, and what it could mean heading into November. The Line Opinion Panel discusses a new poll showing a closer-than-expected race for Governor. And, Paula Garcia, the executive director of the New Mexico Acequia Association explains the struggles her community is facing during consecutive natural disasters. Host: Lou DiVizio Line Host: Gene Grant Line Panelists: Merritt Allen, Vox Optima Public Relations Andy Lyman, NM Political Report Laura Sanchez, attorney Guests: Maggie Toulouse Oliver, New Mexico Secretary of State Paula Garcia, executive director, NM Acequia Association For More Information: Cowboys For Trump Founder Sentenced to 14 Days - Reuters Otero County Votes 2-1 to Approve Primary Results – Source NM Building Anger in Rural New Mexico Erupts in Election Crisis – Associated Press Poll: Gov. Lujan Grisham with Narrow Lead at Start of General Election – NM Political Report Lujan Grisham Attacks Ronchetti Over Lack of Experience – Santa Fe New Mexican New Ads Target Governor's Discretionary Fund – Albuquerque Journal Hermits Peak & Calf Canyon Fire Burned Area Emergency Response Information Interactive Flood and Debris Flow Map NM Acequia Association --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nmif/message

    Sedgwick
    Wildfire safety and prevention

    Sedgwick

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 19:34


    The rate and devastating impact of wildfires continue to increase across the U.S. and around the world. What can organizations do to prepare and protect their employees, assets and infrastructure? In this podcast, we are joined by Kendall Biggs, senior fire investigator with EFI Global, who weighs in on the steps to take before, during and after a wildfire disaster. 

    On The Green Fence
    Germany's forests: Rising from the ashes

    On The Green Fence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 43:02


    Climate change and monoculture plantations are rendering Germany's forests more vulnerable to forest fires. One solution could be the creation of forests that don't burn so easily. But how is this done and what does this mean for ecosystems and timber production?

    INTERLUDE
    107. April Stearns (Breast Cancer Survivor and Founder of Wildfire Magazine)

    INTERLUDE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


    On today’s episode, I am speaking with April Stearns. April was diagnosed with breast cancer…

    The Hotshot Wake Up
    Weekly Wildfire Update: Alaska Pops Off, California Utah Join the Show, The Hermits Peak Report... What Went Wrong? Cal Fire loses 10% of Their Staff, Will the Supplemental Payments Help Retention?

    The Hotshot Wake Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 41:37


    On this week's Weekly Wildfire Update: Alaska Pops Off, California & Utah Join the Show. Teams sent to Alaska, Southwest slows down. The Hermits Peak Report... What Went Wrong? We cover this report and give out thoughts on the findings. Cal Fire loses 10% of Their Staff. Long hours and less staff is causing metal stress for their workforce. Will the Supplemental Payments Help Retention? We ask firefighters if it will help. Plus More. THE HOTSHOT WAKE UP - Thank you to all of our subscribers. It allows us to generously donate to firefighter charities and supports all the content we provide. https://thehotshotwakeup.substack.com/

    KQED’s Forum
    California Gave Cal Fire $1.5 Billion for Wildfire Prevention. How is that Effort Going?

    KQED’s Forum

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 55:33


    California allocated a record $1.5 billion for wildfire prevention and forest health in 2021. Yet Cal Fire, the agency largely in charge of prevention efforts, is struggling to track and implement projects and took years to authorize to establish a prescribed-burn workforce certification program, as required by state law. At the same time, its firefighting staff has increased substantially — demonstrating what experts have characterized as an internal prioritization of suppression over mitigation. That's all according to a monthslong investigation by California Newsroom reporters, who join us to talk about their findings.

    KQED's The California Report
    New Program Helps Paradise Residents Rebuild With Wildfire Prepared Homes

    KQED's The California Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:31


    A Paradise homeowner is one of the first to get her home fire proofed. It's part of a program that helps residents who lost homes during the 2018 Camp Fire pay for safety improvements. Reporter: Danielle Venton, KQED The trustee for a more than $13-billion-dollar fund set up to compensate Pacific Gas and Electric wildfire victims is stepping down. Retired Judge John K. Trotter has overseen the "Fire Victim Trust" for the past two years, but next week he leaves the post. Reporter:  Dan Brekke, KQED California's public pension systems won't have to divest their funds from fossil fuels anytime soon. A bill that would have forced the state's public pension systems to sell their oil and gas holdings by the end of the decade died in the state assembly this week. Reporter: Tara Atrian, KCRW Los Angeles renters may have to start paying back payments owed for rent during the pandemic now that the LA City Council is considering reversing measures that protected renters for the past two years. Reporter: David Wagner, KPCC

    Engadget
    6/22/22: Arizona wildfire may spare Kitt Peak National Observatory's telescopes... and more news

    Engadget

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:04


    Arizona wildfire may spare Kitt Peak National Observatory's telescopes; Robots learn to shape letters using Play-Doh

    Dave and Dujanovic
    Be Ready Utah: Preparing your home for evacuation during wildfire season

    Dave and Dujanovic

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 7:26


    It is the first official day of summer and wildfire season is among us! Today for our Be Ready Utah Coverage.. one of the biggest concerns of fire season is being in the uncontrollable path of fire.. forced to leave your home. Randall Jeppson, Executive Producer of Utah's Morning News joins the show to share his experience of an evacuation in 2020.Wade Mathews with The Division of Emergency Management shares tips on preparing your home for an evacuation.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast
    Nikki Medoro - Climate change increasing wildfire danger in residential neighborhoods

    The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:50


    High temperatures across the West making the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro ponder the effects of climate change on our communities, namely increasing fire danger in our densely populated and rural neighborhoods. Does climate change have an impact on your decision on where to live? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KGO 810 Podcast
    Nikki Medoro - Climate change increasing wildfire danger in residential neighborhoods

    KGO 810 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:50


    High temperatures across the West making the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro ponder the effects of climate change on our communities, namely increasing fire danger in our densely populated and rural neighborhoods. Does climate change have an impact on your decision on where to live? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Newsy Jacuzzi
    Quick Dip of world news and Jack to the Future Podcast swap

    Newsy Jacuzzi

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 26:37


    Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News
    Utah's drought could complicate fighting wildfires

    Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 4:43


    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
    Some Mountain West towns plan Fourth of July drone shows amid wildfire season

    KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 1:08


    As wildfire season picks up, some communities in the Mountain West are trying to reduce fire risks. That includes finding new ways to celebrate America's independence.

    The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
    Pat Thurston: PG&E Avoids Responsibility in Causing Wild Fires

    The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 36:11


    Loretta Lynch, former President of the California Public Utilities Commission, is with Pat Thurston to discuss the never-ending saga of PG&E trying to avoid the responsibility of its criminal negligence in causing wild fires. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KGO 810 Podcast
    Pat Thurston: PG&E Avoids Responsibility in Causing Wild Fires

    KGO 810 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 36:11


    Loretta Lynch, former President of the California Public Utilities Commission, is with Pat Thurston to discuss the never-ending saga of PG&E trying to avoid the responsibility of its criminal negligence in causing wild fires. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Dave and Dujanovic
    Combating wildfires

    Dave and Dujanovic

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 9:31


    CBS spoke to the Firefighters, specifically Hot Shots, about what it will take to combat wildfires. Specifically, how to slow down the number of Super fires... which spur mass evacuations, destroy property, and endanger or take lives. Dave takes you through a discussion on combating wildfires   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KGO 810 Podcast
    Nikki Medoro - Helping physically and mentally exhausted California firefighters

    KGO 810 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 12:43


    Wildfire season runs almost all-year round in the West, and CalMatters.org's Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Julie Cart examines the compelling stories of several firefighters who give up any sense of a normal family life to help save people's lives and homes. The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro talks with Cart about the help that's needed for these human beings who have sacrificed so much. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Insight with Beth Ruyak
    Cal Fire Fumbles Key Responsibilities In Wildfire Prevention | Mental Health Crisis Facing Firefighters

    Insight with Beth Ruyak

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    California Newsroom investigation about Cal Fire fumbles responsibilities in wildfire prevention despite a historic budget. Plus a CalMatters series on how firefighters are facing a mental health crisis following years of intensifying wildfires. Today's Guests CapRadio State Government Reporter Scott Rodd and KQED Science Reporter Danielle Venton share their investigation about how Cal Fire fumbles key responsibilities to prevent catastrophic wildfires despite a historic budget. Julie Cart, Environment Reporter with CalMatters, and Cal Fire Battalion Chief Jeff Burrow discuss how Cal Fire firefighters are overworked and facing a mental health crisis following years of intensifying wildfires. 

    First Light
    First Light - Tuesday, June 22, 2022

    First Light

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:57


    Today on First Light: President Biden is considering a gas tax holiday to help alleviate pain at the pump. Wildfires continue to burn in two different states - one caused by lightning, the other caused by man. And the airline industry is struggling to keep up with summer travel demand. Plus, we'll talk to journalist Peter Zalmayev in Kyiv to learn how Ukrainians are settling into their country being occupied by Russia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Earth Wise
    Wildfires And Cancer Risk | Earth Wise

    Earth Wise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:00


    Hotter and drier conditions are leading to an increasing number of wildfires in North America and elsewhere around the globe.  Scientists have linked the severe heat and drought that fuel these wildfires to climate change. As the climate continues to change, wildfires are projected to become more prevalent, more severe, and longer in duration.  According […]

    No Disclosure
    S5E132 - Bees are Fish, TP Wildfire, Cockroaches, Sexy Trash, and Justin Bieber

    No Disclosure

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 42:40


    Welcome to No Disclosure, ladies and gentleman. Your source for the weirdest news all over the world. Dumb criminals, crazy people, pop culture shenanigans, business blunders and everything in between. Listened to all over the world, No Disclosure makes us feel like the wackiness humanity's always up to is just down the street. We are all part of the human tribe, but some members of that tribe.... ....need to take a nap or something. Enjoy! And if you enjoyed this podcast, leave a review on your platform of choice, and head to asylum817.com to learn how you can support the show. ---------------------------------- Want to promote your brand, YouTube channel, Etsy page, charity, event or podcast on the show? I am selling No Disclosure's ad space! Mid roll ads, beginning ads, bottom of the show ads, all of it. Click the link below to get yourself some of that sweet, sweet ad space on the fastest growing weird news podcast on the planet. The podcast that is working hard to take down radio and maybe rule the world if I am feeling saucy. LINK BELOW! https://www.fiverr.com/share/mgzw1R ---------------------------------- DISTROKID AFFILIATE LINK: https://distrokid.com/vip/seven/3128872 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nodisclosure/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nodisclosure/support

    The Hotshot Wake Up
    Weekly Wildfire Update: Southwest, Alaska, Cali, and More, Did Randy Moore Lie to Congress? Full Pay Update, Announcement Coming, PG&E Plead Not Guilty for the Zogg Fire Deaths... Corruption?

    The Hotshot Wake Up

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 45:03


    On this week's Weekly Wildfire Update: Southwest, Alaska, Cali, the Pipeline Fire. Are Crews Being held? Did Randy Moore Lie to Congress? Full Pay Update, Announcement Coming. Chief Moore has a lot of explaining to do. PG&E Plead Not Guilty for the Zogg Fire Deaths... Corruption? Minimal fines and not much justice. We also Cover the Calf Canyon Communication Nightmare. Four days of zero coverage… cause issues with a medical Evac. Plus more. THE HOTSHOT WAKE UP - Thank you to all of our subscribers. It allows us to generously donate to firefighter charities and supports all the content we provide. https://thehotshotwakeup.substack.com/

    Here & Now
    Drag Queen Story Hour; Wildfire threatens Indigenous villages in Alaska

    Here & Now

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 40:59


    The literacy program is exactly what the name implies: Drag Queens reading stories to young children — mostly on themes of diversity, acceptance, tolerance and self-esteem. Drag Queen Story Hour executive director and drag queen Jonathan Hamilt joins us. And, the East Fork fire is threatening four villages in the Yukon River region. One family has chosen to stay and support efforts to keep their community from burning. Olivia Ebertz of KYUK reports.

    Boss Uncaged
    CEO Of Wildfire Wealth: Jen Piceno AKA The Transformation Boss - S3E28 (#124)

    Boss Uncaged

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 39:07


    CEO Of Wildfire Wealth: Jen Piceno AKA The Transformation Boss - S3E28 (#124) “Permit yourself to be your highest and best self without any limitations that have been placed upon you. ” In Season 3, Episode 28 of the Boss Uncaged Podcast, S.A. Grant sits down with the CEO of Wildfire Wealth: Jen Piceno.

    The John Batchelor Show
    4/4: In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell.

    The John Batchelor Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 10:00


    Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 4/4:  In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell. 1/4: Fix America's Forests: Reforms to Restore National Forests and Tackle the Wildfire Crisis. Holly Fretwell , Jonathan Wood April 12, 2021   https://www.perc.org/2021/04/12/fix-americas-forests-reforms-to-restore-national-forests-and-tackle-the-wildfire-crisis/ In 2020, the largest wildfire in California history scorched six counties in the northern part of the state. The August Complex Fire burned more than one million acres across three national forests and destroyed hundreds of structures. But devastating fires are not limited to California. Across the West, more than 10 million acres burned in 2020—a record in modern history. These fires consumed more than 17,500 structures and more than $3.5 billion in firefighting costs.Tragically, dozens of lives were lost, and many more people were displaced by evacuation orders. Fires released smoke that degraded air quality nearby and hundreds of miles away. They also destroyed wildlife habitat, including for imperiled species, and the fires' aftereffects will soon lead to erosion that harms water quality in local watersheds. 

    The John Batchelor Show
    3/4: In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell.

    The John Batchelor Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 10:39


    Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 3/4:  In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell. 1/4: Fix America's Forests: Reforms to Restore National Forests and Tackle the Wildfire Crisis. Holly Fretwell , Jonathan Wood April 12, 2021   https://www.perc.org/2021/04/12/fix-americas-forests-reforms-to-restore-national-forests-and-tackle-the-wildfire-crisis/ In 2020, the largest wildfire in California history scorched six counties in the northern part of the state. The August Complex Fire burned more than one million acres across three national forests and destroyed hundreds of structures. But devastating fires are not limited to California. Across the West, more than 10 million acres burned in 2020—a record in modern history. These fires consumed more than 17,500 structures and more than $3.5 billion in firefighting costs.Tragically, dozens of lives were lost, and many more people were displaced by evacuation orders. Fires released smoke that degraded air quality nearby and hundreds of miles away. They also destroyed wildlife habitat, including for imperiled species, and the fires' aftereffects will soon lead to erosion that harms water quality in local watersheds. 

    The John Batchelor Show
    2/4: In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell.

    The John Batchelor Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 7:54


    Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/4:  In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell. 1/4: Fix America's Forests: Reforms to Restore National Forests and Tackle the Wildfire Crisis. Holly Fretwell , Jonathan Wood April 12, 2021   https://www.perc.org/2021/04/12/fix-americas-forests-reforms-to-restore-national-forests-and-tackle-the-wildfire-crisis/ In 2020, the largest wildfire in California history scorched six counties in the northern part of the state. The August Complex Fire burned more than one million acres across three national forests and destroyed hundreds of structures. But devastating fires are not limited to California. Across the West, more than 10 million acres burned in 2020—a record in modern history. These fires consumed more than 17,500 structures and more than $3.5 billion in firefighting costs.Tragically, dozens of lives were lost, and many more people were displaced by evacuation orders. Fires released smoke that degraded air quality nearby and hundreds of miles away. They also destroyed wildlife habitat, including for imperiled species, and the fires' aftereffects will soon lead to erosion that harms water quality in local watersheds. 

    The John Batchelor Show
    1/4: In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell.

    The John Batchelor Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 10:55


    Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/4:  In the drought, the wildfires begin again & What is to be done? . Holly Fretwell. 1/4: Fix America's Forests: Reforms to Restore National Forests and Tackle the Wildfire Crisis. Holly Fretwell , Jonathan Wood April 12, 2021   https://www.perc.org/2021/04/12/fix-americas-forests-reforms-to-restore-national-forests-and-tackle-the-wildfire-crisis/ In 2020, the largest wildfire in California history scorched six counties in the northern part of the state. The August Complex Fire burned more than one million acres across three national forests and destroyed hundreds of structures. But devastating fires are not limited to California. Across the West, more than 10 million acres burned in 2020—a record in modern history. These fires consumed more than 17,500 structures and more than $3.5 billion in firefighting costs.Tragically, dozens of lives were lost, and many more people were displaced by evacuation orders. Fires released smoke that degraded air quality nearby and hundreds of miles away. They also destroyed wildlife habitat, including for imperiled species, and the fires' aftereffects will soon lead to erosion that harms water quality in local watersheds.