Alaska Fires Char Permafrost, Stretch Resources Thin
It’s been an unprecedented start to Alaska’s fire season. Hundreds of wildfires are burning there, blackening nearly 5 million acres of the state, and spreading the local resources thin. Nathan Rott has been covering this for NPR and joins Here & Now’s Peter O’Dowd.
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