Wildfires are getting bigger, more expensive and closer to people’s homes. We examine how wildfires got so dangerous – and how some are fighting back.
Researchers contracted by the National Park Service have projected what happen to some iconic national parks if greenhouse gases keep growing.
We look at the recent Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive in California’s history, and revisit an investigation from earlier this year.
One Missouri town’s levee saga captures what’s wrong with America’s approach to controlling rivers.
Wildfires are once again claiming homes and lives in a Northern California city that has pushed into wildfire-prone areas.
Do officials need to reconsider their approach to building where the risk of wildfire is highest?
Nearly 5,000 homes were destroyed or damaged when fires swept through Sonoma County. But fire had scorched a similar area of the county in 1964.
Tell us about your experience with rising seas and climate change.
Reveal investigates government policies that let people build in harm’s way, make it difficult to move them to safety and fail to tally the dead.
The conditions for the unfolding catastrophe in the area were set long ago, both in wine country and throughout California.