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Hawaii officials outline efforts to prevent another devastating wildfire ahead of a dry season

  • Hawaii officials are focusing on preventing wildfires after the deadliest U.S. Wildfire in over a century on Maui, as declared by Gov. Josh Green for Wildfire Mitigation and Risk Reduction Preparedness Month.
  • Climate change worsens drought in Hawaii, increasing the risk of destructive fires by drying out vegetation.
  • Efforts to prepare for wildfires in Hawaii include setting up more remote weather stations, appointing a state fire marshal, and promoting communities to become 'Firewise.
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