UCLA’s Daniel Swain quoted about study finding that climate change has doubled extreme-risk days for wildfires

April 3, 2020

Daniel Swain (climate scientist at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability) was quoted in an E&E News story printed in Scientific American about a study that found that climate change has doubled the number of extreme-risk days for California wildfires. Swain is an author of the study led by Stanford University.

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“The risk is definitely going to get worse before it gets better,” Swain said. “On the other hand, we have a lot of control over how much worse it gets.”

Read more at Scientific American.