Then, on Thursday, you’ll receive a special Q&A edition as part of Covering Climate Now’s joint coverage week
, which is calling on newsrooms and journalists to report on how climate change is impacting our food and water sources (you can follow along with more of the week’s coverage here
And, if that wasn’t enough, paid subscribers will receive their extra edition with a recording of Tuesday’s chat plus a ton more—seriously, this will be a long one—so, if you won’t be able to make it live Tuesday and are interested in what else I’ve been up to, now’s a great time to sign up
and make sure you don’t miss out.
With all of that coming, I’m taking this week off from regular newsletter-ing. However, I did have an article months in the making publish on Tuesday that I’d love for you to check out. It digs into the challenges federal wildland firefighters face trying to find and afford places to live on the job. I break down what a wildland firefighter does, why housing has become such an entrenched issue in the profession, and how the federal government is responding.
Check it out here: