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.
“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.