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Tis the season

My World's on Fire
Tis the season
By Colleen Hagerty • Issue #48 • View online
Thanks for reading my World’s on Fire, a weekly newsletter about disasters from journalist Colleen Hagerty. If you found this dispatch interesting, I hope you’ll subscribe!

This week, I decided to bring back a MWOF fan favorite: the links edition! In case you’re wondering what happened to these posts, I’ve been writing them for my Patreon subscribers as part of the exclusive content they get for supporting this newsletter (quick plug that you, too, can access this content for just $3/month).
This newsletter got a number of new subscribers lately, though, and since we’re heading into what’s likely to be a disaster news-heavy summer, it seemed like a good time to bring the links back and connect with you all a bit. So, here’s how it works – this is some of the reading that has been on my radar for the past few weeks. Have any thoughts on these features or want to share what you’ve been reading/listening to/watching? Reply to this email or find me on Twitter to talk about it!
Let's get to the links:
Objects of Fire
Criswell Brings a New Perspective as FEMA Administrator
Derecho season is about to begin: Why you should be aware of these potentially devastating windstorms
A reservoir shutdown pit neighbor against neighbor. One group is threatening to reopen it by force.
I fight wildfires in California. Here's why my colleagues are leaving.
‘The Kids Have Trauma’: The Miskito Are Not Ready for Hurricane Season
WATCH: Bill Nye testifies before Congress about impacts of climate change on homeland security
A 20-Foot Sea Wall? Miami Faces the Hard Choices of Climate Change.
Hotels for those left unhoused by wildfires
As always...
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Such a great breakdown. #EMGTwitter https://t.co/WIgwj0p3Ux
Now, here’s a little something for reading to the end.
Colleen
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