Editorial: Nature never closes: Marshall Fire should propel climate change to top of agenda for 2022

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Julie Marshall: The Marshall Fire is a wake-up call that climate change is here to stay. Marshall: High winds, extreme weather conditions attributed to climate change. She says we need to be prepared for severe wildfires or any climate disaster at any time.Marshall: Every citizen can do what they can to reduce their own carbon footprint.
4 months ago·Boulder County, United States

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Editorial: Nature never closes: Marshall Fire should propel climate change to top of agenda for 2022

The rarity of a winter fire leveling Boulder County subdivisions weeks ago has all fingers pointing toward climate change.In the news and on these opinion pages, climate experts and advocates for a healthy planet — including an insightful 14-year-old named Emma Weber — all say the same thing: The Marshall Fire is a wake-up call that climate change is not just a global phenomenon to plan for long term, it’s a catastrophe likely to happen today, t…

4 months ago·Boulder, United States
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