How Brian Fies Turned His Escape From the Tubbs Fire Into a Graphic Novel
The author and illustrator explains how seeing his home reduced to a "desolate plane" by the 2017 disaster inspired his latest book.
When Climate Change Hurts Companies Like PG&E, Consumers End Up Paying
Unless we change the way we hold corporations liable for their emissions, the costs of climate change will continue to burden the public.
PG&E Didn't Start the Fire—This Time. But Human-Caused Fires Are on the Rise.
The combination of a warming planet and rapid urbanization near wildlands has provided kindling with a spark.
California's Cannabis Industry Moves Out of the Shadows and Into the Flames
In the aftermath of California's devastating wildfires, cannabis producers are struggling to overcome decimated crops and a lack of federal support.