From NCMA eNews
October 31, 2019
"In the face of looming climate risks, California must change its approach to building in areas at known wildfire risk. Hoping for the best will not keep people safe. Nor will assuming that the future will resemble the past. Californians must plan for a future where wildfire is a constant. That means it must stop building houses destined to burn." This was part of a piece written by Alice C. Hill is a senior fellow for climate change policy at the Council on Foreign Relations, former special assistant to President Obama and senior director for resilience policy on the National Security Council staff, and co-author of "Building a Resilient Tomorrow". To read more, click here.