Colorado fire: Is global warming one of the culprits?

Christian Science Monitor: Cooler temperatures and some rain helped increase the contained area from just five percent Thursday to 30 percent Friday, authorities reported. Still, the fire has been devastating: Two people killed and 38,000 evacuated, 473 homes destroyed as the blaze moved through 25 square miles of forests and woodland neighborhoods. The Black Forest Fire in Colorado is part of a pattern in the West: increased construction in the “wildland-urban interface,” as it’s called. Most homeowners adhere to......

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