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Updated: 31st December 1969 17:00Environment

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This summer, three things happened that forced me to finally face our grave reality.
More than 30 structures have been damaged by the blaze near Los Angeles.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law prohibiting the sale and manufacture of new fur products statewide.
Winds ripped through buildings and tipped cars, killing at least one person.

Don't worry -- the mama and her young were safely escorted out of the Lake Tahoe home by the BEAR League, a local group that helps bears in sticky situations.
Multiple wildfires burned across the state as hundreds of thousands of residents faced power outages in an attempt at prevention.
The storm's phallus-shaped track had people cracking jokes on social media.
Bureau of Land Management acting director William Perry Pendley repeatedly dodged questions at an environmental journalism conference.
The Sandalwood Fire was one of about 275 wildfires that have broken out across California as hot, gusty winds signaled the start of its peak fire season.
Multiple car crashes as well as a related shooting have been reported amid the outage that's expected to last up to five days.
She's fat, she's fabulous and she's the winner of Fat Bear Week 2019.
This “is not how things should work," Gov. Gavin Newsom said of PG&E's forced power shutoff in response to wildfire risk.
The Democratic presidential hopeful is adopting much of what former candidate Jay Inslee put out.
Painting stripes on cows can be amusing -- and it has serious advantages for cattle and humans, according to a study.
Outages are planned in more than half of California’s 58 counties, although not everyone in those counties will have their power cut.
Climate-fueled storms pose an increased threat to reefs already facing a slew of environmental challenges.
The tiny town of Saratoga is locked in a battle over a new mega-dairy that residents fear will contaminate their drinking water.
The group Extinction Rebellion said the protests Monday were taking place in 60 cities worldwide in countries including Turkey, Canada, South Africa and Mexico.
Nearly a million gallons of oil spilled at an Equinor storage terminal during the Category 5 hurricane. The cleanup is ongoing.
The toxic algae had disappeared earlier this year after an abnormally long bloom.