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Fire and Water: A Year of Climate Conversations

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The Camp Fire started on Nov. 8 near the city of Paradise and rapidly overwhelmed the area. The city is still closed off to the public, and nearly 500 people remain missing in the region.

From fires and floods to hurricanes and hot temperatures, 2018 put climate on the front page in ways it hadn’t been before.

Yet amidst the disruption, clean energy prices continued to fall, climate-conscious technologies continued to progress, and people living on the front lines of climate change found ways to adapt and thrive.

Join us for a look back on some of our most memorable conversations of 2018.

 

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