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Friday, 12 February 2016

California ‘gets it’ – The Golden State’s pro-active stance on climate change

Most people in the world actively engaged in watching the news know about the California drought, which has impacted the state particularly badly, hitting its agriculture and causing the largest spate of wildfires in their history. In April 2015, the conditions causing the drought also broke California’s low snowpack record which, according to the state’s Chief of Snow Surveys, Frank Gehrke, was ‘obliterated’, shrinking to just 3 percent of its normal size. 

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