In the last few months alone, California has seen one of the worst fires in the state’s recorded history, multiple hurricanes have left millions without water, power, and homes, and nearly entire crops of fruit have been destroyed. Here’s a look at some of the ways that climate change has recently hit very close to home.
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An additional 13 sets of human remains were discovered Monday in Northern California, bringing the death toll from the Camp Fire to 42 and the statewide total to 44.
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