Disaster has struck Montana because of climate change

Billings Gazette: Climate change has definitely come into our lives. The past couple of weeks have been so disastrous and devastating, not only in Montana, but in other states as well. Climate change is a reality. A normal fire season in Montana starts Aug. 1 and burns 150,000 to 200,000 acres throughout the whole season. The 2012 fires have already burned more than 300,000 acres, and are still burning, when fire season hasn't even started. The earliest fire season on record for Montana started on July 11, 2007.......

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