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Lessons Learned: Wildfires in California's Wildland-Urban Interface
As the frequency, scale, and severity of wildfires in California continues to grow, and costs continue to balloon, the California Climate Hub partnered with graduate students from the UC Davis Environmental Policy and Management program to identify lessons learned from California's most destructive wildfires and offer insight into living with this new normal.