As wildfires rage, climate experts warn: The future we were worried about is here

Record-breaking wildfires had already engulfed regions of Australia, eventually scorching more than 65,000 square miles. There are some similarities between the wildfires in Australia and those in the western U.S., according to Mike Flannigan (Renewable Resources).

How we created the Western wildfires in more ways than one

At least 36 people have died as massive fires rip through the Western United States, engulfing towns and blowing noxious smoke north to Vancouver and other parts of Canada. What’s to blame for this historic devastation? Mike Flannigan (Renewable Resources) is interviewed.