By Christen Noel Kauffman. Conservations fear an entire species of marsupial has been extinguished by the Australian wildfires.
By Laura Booth. In California, wildfires ask only the impossible.
By Đỗ Nguyên Mai. A wildfire reminds a family to leave, “as if we aren’t already evacuees.”
By Janine Rich. It’s California’s rainy season, in theory.
By Dion O’Reilly. 2.5 million Californians lose electricity over a weekend of surging wildfires.
By Debbie Hall. Three months after the historic Camp Fire, all the names of the dead are yet to settle.
By Rob Carney. Donald Trump proposes a laughable solution to California’s complex wildfire crisis.
By Devon Balwit. Even escape vehicles melted as residents fled the fast-moving wildfires in Paradise, California this month.
By Heather H. Thomas. For a country at the convergence of water, fire and lies.
By Norma Smith. In this new climate reality, we’re all in migration.